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Dynamo Sample to Renumber Duct

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davidratx:
Wanted to share this for others to build on.

This is a Dynamo script to Renumber Fabrication ductwork using a SPLINE to define the order to Renumber.

Image 2 - Draw a SPLINE overtop fittings to define numbering order...SPLINE must touch each fitting.

Image 1 - Pick Select, select the SPLINE, click Run

*Uses the Item Number field so it will export with .maj
*Does not take into account like items

cadbyken:
Ok, what is Dynamo?

Edit:   :o that is some crazy code.

Edit again: Ahhh, it is sorcery.  http://www.autodesk.com/products/dynamo-studio/overview

davidratx:

--- Quote from: cadbyken on May 17, 2016, 14:49:21 PM ---Ok, what is Dynamo?

Edit:   :o that is some crazy code.

Edit again: Ahhh, it is sorcery.  http://www.autodesk.com/products/dynamo-studio/overview
--- End quote ---

I don't think the scripts we write for CAD will work for Revit. Dynamo is pretty popular and there is reasonable help online.

cadbob:
Been playing around with it myself, Object type programming sort of in a way.

Reysteve:
Trying to learn this too, to help me get a good grasp of the workflow then see the Python code behind it that can eventually be used for .NET macros or C# DLL add-ins.

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