This course is the first of a series of new developments towards bringing Dynamo as the main platform tool on BIM processes for any type of project.
Dynamo is expanding on Autodesk softwares, it is now available on Civil 3d, Formit, Alias, and Advance Steel. And as far as I had research possibilities still remain endless so the next series of courses would explore the limits of Dynamo for all users on several workflows.
It is designed to bring everyone aboard with main concepts of Revit and Dynamo blending together to break the paradigm that there's a production order on BIM adoption rate from a CAD draftsman, a BIM modeler, BIM implementation processes and finally to BIM programming to just enable programming to everyone to bring all of those on the same benefits.
This course is designed to show you basics from modeling and programming so that you can jump directly to get benefits from Dynamo. We will start with a general overview of Revit components, interface, a basic overview of families and then a jump to Dynamo basics and analysis of elements. This way future courses planned can be reached easily and would create several workflows for learning. We will explore tools for Revit modeling and tools for Dynamo programming.
This course is a recommended first step with no prerequisites but can be complemented with Revit basic modeling, parametric families modeling, Dynamo geometry, and Dynamo analysis, and it would be a prerequisite for future courses of Dynamo.
Unravel your full potential for modeling and programming and enjoy at any time the freedom of possibilities to make technology work the way you need it to.
You should have a PC/Mac with Autodesk Revit 2020 and Dynamo 2.2.