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AS320859 - Dynamo Automating Coordination with Annotations, Tags, and Note Block Keynotes

Session Description

Learn how to use Dynamo to automate tedious tasks involving project coordination, note block keynotes, and plan tagging. This class will provide three different scripts, which will be shared with attendees. The first script will employ Dynamo Sandbox, the packages from Dynamo Automation, and Windows Task Scheduler. This script lets Revit users create generic annotation note comments that will then automatically export these views and comments to Microsoft Excel. This script is designed to cut back on Bluebeam sessions and red marks, letting a project manager, non-tech-savvy technical experts, and varying discipline engineers communicate with one another through Revit and Excel. The second script automatically hides generic annotation note block keynotes on sheets where certain keynotes do not belong, letting the keynote note blocks be placed directly in the view instead of on the sheet. The third script enables more automatic placement of tags and notes for mechanical ductwork plans.


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Learn how to create Windows Task Schedules to run Dynamo Sandbox that opens in multiple projects and runs various Dynamo scripts
Learn how to develop generic annotation comments and Dynamo script to enable faster coordination between the project manager and designers
Learn how to integrate keynote note blocks in a floor plan and automatically hide keynotes on incorrect views
Learn how to prepare a Dynamo script to assist in the tagging and noting of documents
Instructional Demo
Architecture Services, Automation, Engineering Documentation
Dynamo Studio
Revit
To get the most out of this class, Revit users should have some experience with Dynamo, note block schedules and the use of the Mechanical Systems.
Architect, Design Engineer, Electrical/Instrumentation Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Plumbing Engineer
Architects and Mechanical Engineers, Individual Contributors or Project Managers
Going beyond software basics
Intermediate
Architecture, BIM, Building Design, Collaboration, Design, MEP Engineering
AIA Standard LUs
Yes
1 hour
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