This video shows how to select the rooms in your project, read the finish parameters, and find the boundary.
- [Instructor] In this video, we're going to look…at how Revit rooms can be used to supply…the information needed for the imports…of the wall by curve and height node.…Rooms have a parameter that can be captured as curves,…a height associated level, and carry finish information.…I will show how we can select a room to capture…and reuse this information.…Let's get started.…From the manage tab, open Dynamo…from the visual programming panel.…
Click on open and browse to the exercise files…and open the begin parameters workspace.…Make sure to check box open manual mode and click open.…This workspace was used to select an edge of the Revit model…and place a wall on the edge that you selected.…We're going to delete the inputs…and we're going to use Revit to select a room…to create the inputs for the curve, the height,…the level on the wall type.…I'm going to start by searching…for the select model element node.…
The select model element node will allow me to hit select…and inside of our Revit project select a room.…You can see the items that I hover over highlighted blue,…
- Finding curves and points in Dynamo
- Creating a list for organizing elements
- Modeling walls and floors
- Working with multiple rooms
- Creating a graphic finish legend
- Creating a material take-off
- Creating graphic overrides
- Updating room parameters
- Creating a floor type from a room parameter
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Dynamo Concepts
2. Workflows: Model Finishes from Room Finish Schedules
3. Workflows: Finish Legends
4. Workflows: Synchronize the Room Finish Schedule
5. Taking It Further
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