We are thrilled to present guest author Michael van Telgen , design automation specialist and structural engineer with Arcadis, who has been doing a lot of work with Dynamo and Refinery. Note that this work was done in the Project Refinery beta which has since graduated to Generative Design in Revit 2021.
Exploring Structural Design Op
Hello Dynamo people,
After a couple of months of development time (from home mostly; shout-out to Zoom), today we ship the Dynamo Core 2.6 release! This release is a release focused on customer empowerment, bringing visual clarity to the workspace and surfacing the 30 most common error messages in product with in-depth help and yet more epic per
Hello world of international Dynamo Users,
Do you have colleagues, industry peers or friends who want to get into Dynamo but lack a deep knowledge of the English language that would facilitate them learning the technical aspects of Dynamo? Would they be more comfortable exploring the use of Dynamo in their own language? Then today may be that da
Tune up your Graph!
Have you ever created a graph that all of a sudden runs really slowly, but you don't know what part is causing the issue? Do you want to understand how long each single node takes to run? Do you want to see how long your entire graph took to execute? Then look no further as today marks the day we release TuneUp, our b
Over the last few months, Autodesk and matterlab have been working in collaboration to develop a collection of nodes that can be used as "lego-blocks" to help users define their own workflows. Each node provides key functionality to enable generative workflows that will help augment current design processes. These tools are now readily available to
Speaking of a parametric model, many of us imagine huge scale projects, incredible shapes, consisting of parametric or even kinetic facades, projects that many offices can only dream of. However, the more accessible and user-friendly the advanced design software is, the more it is possible to use these methods on much smaller and easier projects. P