BIM Dynamo for Revit Structure Essential Trainings

Professional BIM Modeling- Finish your Project Faster- Automate Repetitive Tasks- A Step-by-Step Guide
BIM Dynamo for Revit Structure Essential Trainings
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2.05 GB
Total length :
2h 58m



Ghasem Ariyani


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BIM Dynamo for Revit Structure Essential Trainings

What you’ll learn

Number Grids by Dynamo
Custom Tools in Dynamo
Automate Dimension Axis
Place Columns by Dynamo
Place Families
Create Floors by Dynamo
Create Custom Nodes in Dynamo
Set Rebars
Joining Elements by Dynamo

BIM Dynamo for Revit Structure Essential Trainings


Basic Knowledge About Revit


Note: This Course is part of Revit Structure full course.This course is ideal for anyone who wants to enhance their Revit Structure skills and become more efficient in their work. Whether you are an architect, engineer, or construction professional, this course will teach you the essential skills you need to use Dynamo in your Revit Structure projects.Revit Structure is a powerful tool for Architects and Engineers to design and analyze structural systems. However, the process of modeling complex structures can be time-consuming and repetitive. That’s where Dynamo comes in.Dynamo is a visual programming language that can be used to automate repetitive tasks, create custom tools, and enhance the functionality of Revit Structure. In this course, you will learn how to use Dynamo to streamline your workflow and increase your productivity.The course starts with an overview of grid numbering, creating tools, and axis dimensioning. You will learn how to place columns and import points to Dynamo, as well as manage nodes and place families. You will also learn how to join walls and beams, as well as other elements, by Dynamo.In addition, the course covers modeling floors by Dynamo, creating custom nodes, and setting rebars. By the end of this course, you will have a solid understanding of how to use Dynamo to improve your Revit Structure workflow, saving you time and effort.Enroll in this course today and take your Revit Structure skills to the next level.


Section 1: Grids Numbering

Lecture 1 Grids Numbering (Part 1)

Lecture 2 Grids Numbering (Part 2)

Section 2: Axis Dimension

Lecture 3 Axis Dimension (Part 1)

Lecture 4 Axis Dimension (Part 2)

Section 3: Creating Tool

Lecture 5 Creating Tool

Section 4: Drawing Column by AutoCAD & Excel

Lecture 6 Drawing Column by AutoCAD & Excel

Section 5: Importing Excel

Lecture 7 Importing Excel

Section 6: Importing Coordinated Points

Lecture 8 Importing Coordinated Points

Section 7: Columns Placement by Dynamo

Lecture 9 Columns Placement by Dynamo

Section 8: Checking AutoCAD File

Lecture 10 Checking AutoCAD File

Section 9: Import Points

Lecture 11 Import Points

Section 10: Working with Dynamo

Lecture 12 Working with Dynamo (Part 1)

Lecture 13 Working with Dynamo (Part 2)

Section 11: Manage Nodes

Lecture 14 Manage Nodes

Section 12: Family Placement

Lecture 15 Family Placement (Part 1)

Lecture 16 Family Placement (Part 2)

Section 13: Create Tool Icon

Lecture 17 Create Tool Icon

Section 14: Joining Wall & Beam

Lecture 18 Joining Wall & Beam

Section 15: Joining Elements by Dynamo

Lecture 19 Joining Elements by Dynamo

Section 16: Preparing 3D Model

Lecture 20 Preparing 3D Model

Section 17: Using Required Nodes

Lecture 21 Using Required Nodes

Section 18: Floors Demarcation

Lecture 22 Floors Demarcation

Section 19: Preparing Intersection Points

Lecture 23 Preparing Intersection Points

Section 20: Modeling Floors

Lecture 24 Modeling Floors

Section 21: Practical BIM Package

Lecture 25 Practical BIM Package

Section 22: Custom Node

Lecture 26 Custom Node

Section 23: Set Rebars

Lecture 27 Set Rebars

Section 24: Rebars Setting

Lecture 28 Rebars Setting

Section 25: Set Rebar to All the Beams

Lecture 29 Set Rebar to All the Beams

BIM Modelers,BIM Students,Civil Engineer,Structural Designers,Revit Users

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 2h 58m | 2.05 GB
Created by: Ghasem Ariyani

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