Friday, September 15, 2017

Place Structural Framing on Complex Surfaces in Revit Using Dynamo

Have you ever wanted to create Beam framing in Revit to follow complex roof surfaces? It's simple! Just use DynamoBIM
Follow the image below and you will be placing those beams in Revit in no time!


4 comments:

Sean Spence said...

Could you add this to say, something like a Cow?

Andre said...

Just first selected grid among many generates a beam. Any clue?

Andre said...

Just first selected grid among many generates a beam. Any clue?

Sasa Dijanovic said...

I was able to fix the issue that Andre mentioned by adding "list.create" after "grid.curve". However, now I have another issue: some beams end up being rotated 180° and it seems random. I can fix this by manually changing cross-section rotation but is there a node that does this? Thanks.
Great work as always.