We’ve all heard a lot lately about the Dynamo extension and Revit software. We can’t read a blog or go to a conference without someone mentioning this new and exciting tool. We’ve been told it can help us with geometry. We’ve been told it can speed up repetitive tasks. Come see some practical uses of the Dynamo extension and how it can expand the data in your model. Take a look at how we can use it to pass information between linked files, talk to Microsoft Excel, and finally automate those day-to-day tasks. This session features Revit. AIA Approved
- Learn how to identify practical uses for Revit and Dynamo in the manipulation of project data
- Learn how to diagram a basic workflow for gathering data from linked model files
- Learn how to develop a small script for copying information between architectural rooms and MEP spaces
- Learn how to develop a small script for performing information updates on a collection of elements
Jeff Campbell is the Building Solutions Manager for Burn & McDonnell. Campbell is responsible for the development and deployment of Autodesk, Inc., applications, and various other engineering applications. Campbell’s primary focus is on the AutoCAD Architecture software, AutoCAD MEP software, and Revit software products. Prior to his employment with Burns & McDonnell, Campbell was an assistant professor with the University of Central Missouri, teaching in the College of Applied Sciences and Technology. Campbell lives in Lees Summit, Missouri, with his wife and 2 children.