Learn how to use Autodesk Dynamo with Revit. Generate algorithms to analyze data, read and edit data from outside sources, create geometry in Dynamo itself, or edit the geometry in Revit files.
- [Voiceover] Hi there. My name's Ian Siegel, and I'm thrilled to be introducing you to the world of visual programming in Dynamo. To kick things off, we'll look at what Dynamo is, and how it tends to plug into the design and building information modeling or BIM process. After covering some basic programming concepts, we'll put those techniques to work by learning how to import and manage different types of information in Dynamo. From there, we'll dive into computational 3-D design and construct geometry that's driven by Dynamo data. To tie it all together, we'll finish out the course by extending our workflows into a Revit project, placing various types of Revit families, reading and changing parameters, and creating new project views and sheets.
By the time we're finished, you'll have a strong foundation for working more efficiently, accurately, and powerfully in your day to day project work. I hope you're as excited as I am. Let's get started with Dynamo.
- Placing and connecting Dynamo nodes
- Understanding Dynamo's data types
- Performing math functions
- Creating number lists and text strings
- Writing data to an Excel spreadsheet
- Creating points, curves, surfaces, and solids
- Analyzing geometry
- Linking a Dynamo-driven SAT into Revit
- Placing Revit families with Dynamo
- Creating Revit views and sheets with Dynamo