Design technologist Colin McCrone describes further resources for paneling with Dynamo Studio for Autodesk Revit including the DynamoBIM forum and social media platforms such as Twitter and LinkedIn.
- [Colin] Thanks for exploring paneling schemes with me.…I hope that you found some new ways…to approach your next paneling challenge…and maybe you found a few new scripting tricks too.…As you start to use Dynamo more often,…don't miss the chance to join…the computational bim community.…The forum at dynamobim.org…is a great entry point because you'll find…a lot of helpful people that are very knowledgeable.…Not to mention a long history…of asked and answered questions.…If you're looking for help,…chances are good that you'll find it there,…and Twitter and LinkedIn are also excellent resources…to learn about new Dynamo features…and about packages published by designers like you.…
And remember, though scripting with Dynamo…can certainly be challenging,…it can be a lot less expensive in terms of your time…than modeling something manually.…My best advice is to be playful.…If you're not sure, try it out.…There isn't a whole lot you can truly break…and usually, you learn something from each failure.…You might even discover your next design idea along the way.…
- Paneling strategies
- Paneling with packages
- Normalized curve and surface parameters
- Importing geometry
- Adaptive components
- Conditional family placement
- Analysis and data
- Visualizing information
- Panel orientation and dimensions
- Embedding data in Revit elements
- Applying a regular pattern and a random pattern
- Mapping an image
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Paneling Strategies
2. Panels in Revit
3. Analysis and Data
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