Dynamo Player

  • Structure
    In this blog post, I’ll continue the subject I started a few weeks ago. In Part 1 I covered how structural engineers and detailers can automate reinforcement designs with Dynamo in the example of straight rebars around window and door openings. Let’s extend the functionality of the script by adding additional rebars for wall openings. […]

  • Structure
    In this blog post I would like to demonstrate how to automate reinforcement designs with the Dynamo graphical programming interface using the example of standard rebar designs for window and door openings. Revit 2019.1 comes with Dynamo 1.3.3 preinstalled, however the workflows covered in this blog post are compatible with Dynamo 2.0. When you try […]

  • Using inputs in Dynamo player
    By now you have surely heard of the Dynamo Player, the awesome little tool for running Dynamo scripts (graphs) in the background in Revit. If you have not heard of it, it is available in Revit 2017.2 and up and appears in the Manage tab, next to Dynamo. Dynamo is a tool for generative design […]

  • Tips, tricks & tutorials
    If you’re reading this, there’s a chance you’re already familiar with Dynamo Player, the powerful scripting tool that installs with Revit versions 2016 and later. Or maybe you’re not and would like to know more. Dynamo is a tool for generative design that extends building information modeling with the data and logic environment of a […]