All packages can be downloaded from within Dynamo or via the package manager website.
Collection of nodes for lists and geometry.
Set of practical nodes by Konrad K Sobon.
Bakery is 350+ nodes created, adapted, or collected by author of What Revit Wants.
BlackBox is a compilation of nodes that have been built for specific project needs. I find them helpful both in our process and to help teach basic/advanced Dynamo and basic Revit API.
Bumblebee is an Excel interop for Dynamo.
Clockwork is a collection of 330+ custom nodes. It contains many Revit-related nodes, but also lots of nodes for various other purposes such as list management, mathematical operations, string operations, unit conversions, geometric operations (mainly bounding boxes, planes, points, surfaces, UVs and vectors) and paneling.
A variety of custom nodes to speed up tedious tasks.
A growing set of nodes created primarily to assist with site and landscape modeling and analysis in Revit. Developed by the author of landarchbim.com.
LunchBox is a collection of reusable geometry and data management nodes. The tools have been tested with Dynamo 0.9 and Revit 2016. The tool includes nodes for surface paneling, geometry, Revit data collection, and more!
The Dynamo Mesh Toolkit provides tools to import meshes from external file formats, create a mesh from Dynamo geometry objects, and manually build meshes by their vertices and indices. The library also provides tools to modify meshes, repair meshes, or extract horizontal slices for use in fabrication.
Package that contains nodes for creating simple QR-codes based on string input.
A set of 80+ useful nodes to give your Revit project Rhythm with Dynamo. Developed by author of sixtysecondrevit.blogspot.com in collaboration with DPSDesign.
Spring Nodes focuses on enhancing Dynamo’s interaction with Revit and exploring any means that can help accelerate BIM work-flows.
A set of various nodes to implement a Dynamo workflow in every all-day job.