Dynamo 2.x Essential Training

Dynamo 2.x Essential Training

Autodesk Dynamo allows Revit users to solve modeling challenges in smarter, faster ways. You can read and analyze data from outside sources, create new geometry, and edit the geometry in existing Revit files—all using Dynamo's node-based visual language. This training course helps you understand the basic concepts behind visual programming with Dynamo and apply them to architectural modeling in Revit. Instructor Ian Siegel shows how to construct data-driven geometry, analyze relationships between Revit elements, and import data from multiple non-Revit sources and formats, including Excel and digital images. Plus, learn techniques to optimize common design tasks in Revit: placing families and components, adjusting parameter values, and creating new views and sheets.

Topics include:

  • Placing and connecting Dynamo nodes
  • Working with data types and math functions
  • Creating number lists and text strings
  • Writing data to an Excel spreadsheet
  • Filtering and sorting data
  • Creating points, curves, surfaces, and solids
  • Analyzing geometry
  • Linking a Dynamo-driven SAT to Revit
  • Placing Revit families with Dynamo
  • Creating Revit views and sheets with Dynamo


  • 英文名称:Dynamo 2.x Essential Training
  • 时长:4小时34分
  • 字幕:英语


  1. Automate your BIM workflows with Dynamo
  2. Exercise files
  3. What is Dynamo?
  4. Navigating the UI and node library
  5. Placing and connecting nodes
  6. Understanding data types
  7. Performing math functions
  8. Using numbers to output other data types
  9. Creating a list of numbers
  10. Generating lists with sequence and range
  11. Using lists of numbers as inputs
  12. Modifying and analyzing text strings
  13. Reading data from an Excel spreadsheet
  14. The basics of managing lists
  15. The basics of managing nested lists
  16. Using the List@Level feature
  17. Working with Excel data in Dynamo
  18. Writing data to an Excel spreadsheet
  19. Filtering data
  20. Sorting data
  21. Creating points
  22. Creating lines, polycurves, and polygons
  23. Creating arcs and NURBS curves
  24. Using vectors to translate geometry
  25. Rotate and mirror with vectors and planes
  26. Creating surfaces and solids
  27. Creating solids with loft
  28. Modifying solids
  29. Analyzing solids
  30. Analyzing curves
  31. Analyzing surfaces
  32. Exporting geometry as SAT and STL
  33. Accessing Revit geometry and data
  34. Linking a Dynamo-driven SAT into Revit
  35. Placing Revit families
  36. Placing adaptive components
  37. Setting Revit parameter values
  38. Creating views and sheets
  39. Next steps