Archive for October, 2013

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Revit Hatch Patterns – Hatch 22

October 4, 2013

Below is a nice hatch creation tool for Revit

Download the 3 files and place in your C:/ProgramData/Autodesk/Revit/Addins folder and it’ll show up in your Addins ribbon.
Follow the instructions below and its pretty self explanatory.

http://mertens3d.com/tools/revit/2012/hatch22-2012/hatch22-2012-use.php

Thanks Tim Kauffman for this tip.

Carl

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SARUG Oct 2013 Meeting Followup

October 4, 2013

Well our first Google+ Hangout meeting was a success, except for a few minor tech glitches.  We had one of our best (in face) attendances and the Hangout successfully recorded the event.

Here are the topics/products presented and their timeframe intervals in the YT-clip above.

Varun Singh-Sefaira Concept – Energy / Design Analysis (Time Frame – 0:00)

John Tocci – Revit & Laser Point Cloud Integration (Time Frame 24:20)___

Patrick Villella – Revit 2014 Materials Editors, Cloud Rendering & Panoramas,
Unity- Interactive Walkthroughs (Time Frame 50:00)___

Kirk Cox – BIMLink (Time Frame __ 1:07:00)__

Lumion (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYHVVtdeCas)
Surface Pro II (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B41JhaWea7M)

I’ve provided the links to the last two Youtube clips since they didn’t record that well and we discovered that the G+Hangout can’t see a full screen play of a Youtube clip.

If you would like to learn more about the Sefaira Concept product or have a company presentation you can contact:

Charles M. Crnoevich
Business Development – Americas
Sefaira – Sustainability. Performance. Design.
Tel: 1 646 502 7449
Email: charles.crnoevich@sefaira.com

Much thanks and appreciation is extended to all our Hangout presenters who made that extra effort to be there despite their time zone difference and provide us with an informative, inside look at some great products and workflows.

Also thanks to Steve and Cathy for added refreshments and to all those that made the effort to be there in person.  We had a very positve response to the G+H and will be integrating it into our meeting format; with some meetings being purely online in the G+H, and others being more personal, face to face, at the GLHN (http://glhn.com/) office.

This being our last meeting in 2013, have a great holiday season and we’ll see you in the new year.

Carl