This node simply takes a list of Revit elements and attempts to set a new name to each of them. Given a list of elements and a list of names, it will set the corresponding name to the elements.
Excellent post by Dieter Vermeulen describing how to use Revit and Dynamo to analyze and report on ‘line of sight’ using a Revit family and some nice vector nodes. You can download the resources from this link.
When a structural engineer, like me, hears or reads the word “analysis” then you will get full attention. That happened when I was discussing some architectural topics with my colleague…
This node will take a flat Surface, and create a ‘Slatted Facade’ from said surface.
You can customise the Facade Thickness, Tool Amount, Slat Amount and Slat Thickness.
Note: This node includes randomisation variables, so every time you change some of the input values the entire geometry will change. It will also currently only work on vertical flat surfaces.
This node will convert the input string(s) to title case.
This node is an early proof of concept to demonstrate how a Navisworks search set xml can be built using Dynamo, running from the Revit environment. This example takes an element Id list, and then builds the XML using Core String and WriteToFile nodes. It can then be imported and used in Navisworks.
This node is primarily a package audit and management tool. Given a folder (containing dyf files), it will attempt to get the dependencies, then compare that with all node names in the Package folder and subfolders. Then, it will list the Package Name and Node name of dependencies found in the Directory Path. This can be used to find and remove dyf dependencies from your Dynamo package.