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Dynamo workflow for non-uniform divisions in Revit

We have a great pleasure to share with our friends, business associates, clients and everybody interested FREE TeamCAD Dynamo workflow for non-uniform divisions for Revit, which was developed by our colleague Igor Lekić, MSc Architecture, Senior Autodesk Application Engineer, Silver Autodesk Certified Instructor, Certified Revit Professional, Certified 3DS Max Professional.

Revit is an architectural software that is good for project design but lacks tools to create non-uniform shapes. People often believe that fluid shapes are impossible in Revit, so designers are limited by tools. In contrast to Revit, everyone says that all those shapes can be created with ease in 3DS Max. Because of that, we created this workflow that joins good from both software. This workflow allows designer freedom in 3DS Max to be transferred to Revit in a full parametric BIM environment. The workflow we made contains Dynamo, which is the link between 3DS Max and Revit, in this case.

Dynamo is a visual programming interface that lets you customize your building information workflow. It is installed as part of Revit, Civil 3D or 3ds Max. The workflow TeamCAD prepared here is only for Dynamo for Revit, and it is composed out of several steps:
– Create a model in 3DS Max
– Export coordinates of each polygon vertex
– Open / Create a Revit project
– Load/Create Adaptive Family
– Execute Dynamo script


Through the whole workflow, we give for free:

- 3DS Max model – geometry example
- 3DS Max script
- Dynamo script
- Revit template
- 5x Revit families
- Instruction for workflow's use


For making this workflow, the following software solutions from Autodesk Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) Collection were used:

- 3DS Max,
- Autodesk Revit,
- Dynamo for Revit.


>> INSTRUCTION << To find out more about TeamCAD Dynamo workflow for non-uniform divisions for Revit, please visit this link

>> DOWNLOAD << In order to download a free version, please visit this link

It was a great honor to be a partner of the International Conference of Civil Engineering, Geodesy, and Architecture students CoNStruction 19 that took place from 31st of October until the 4th of November of 2019 in Novi Sad. For the fourth year in a row, the conference was organized by the Student union of Colleges of technical sciences from Novi Sad - SUFTNNS.

On the first day, visitors were able to get to know the newest Autodesk software BIM solutions for architecture, civil engineering, and geodesy: Autodesk Revit, Civil3D, Advance Steel, Autodesk Robot, Autodesk Navisworks, BIM360...

During the conference, TeamCAD held two free two-day workshops for 16 students of geodesy and architecture. Students from many countries: Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Turkey, Algeria... had the opportunity to develop skills to learn something new about BIM technology. The workshops were held in the Faculty of Technical Sciences University of Novi Sad.

Architecture students had the chance to tackle the fundamental processes of a project in Revit Architecture, one of BIM software, through the Teambuilding Workshop. The instructors were our colleagues, authorized Autodesk Silver instructors: Igor Lekić master architecture i Vuk Vukanić master civil engineer.

The second Workshop, Modules for geodesy, in Autodesk Civil 3D software students had the chance to find out more about Autodesk Civil 3D. The Workshop instructor was Tanja Gmitrović, an authorized Autodesk instructor.

You can find more details about the conference at http://construction.org.rs/

We want to thank the conference organizers for the invitation, Workshop partakers for the involvement, and our colleagues from the Technical sciences college in Novi Sad for their help in the workshop realization. It will be a great pleasure to continue our collaboration and partnership in the future.

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