Dynamo for Structural Design at RTCEUR 2014

One of this year’s definitive personal highlights will be the dual lab Julien Benoit and I will be hosting at the Revit Technology Conference Europe 2014 in Dublin by the end of October. My recent adventures at RTCAUS in Melbourne (read more here) and Julien’s unstoppable research has produced some interesting results, particularly on working with Adaptive Components, Structural Framing, Analytical Models and Loads effectively. We’ve made a short teaser to show a glimpse of what you can expect to learn if you decide to show up on the green island.

Sign up for the conference: Revit Technology Conference Europe 2014

Julien’s blog: AEC, you and me

See you there!

Space Frame with Structural Framing in Dynamo

Space Frame with Structural Framing in Dynamo

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4 thoughts on “Dynamo for Structural Design at RTCEUR 2014

  1. Timon Hazell

    Håvard,

    I am so grateful to your posts and attended this session in 2014. Thanks to you and Marcello, I’m now using Dynamo a ton on different projects, including a canopy we are developing and I am excited to be presenting at the next RTC. In my current workflow from Grasshopper to Rhino to Revit via Dynamo I am constantly deleting all of the Revit elements and having dynamo regenerate them. We are using adaptive components. It seems like a basic question, but have you found ways to update element locations for framing or adaptive components, instead of deleting and replacing?

    Much thanks,
    Timon

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