We are pleased to announce the release of BimorphNodes v4.0.0 which is available to download via Dynamo’s Package Manager.
BimorphNodes v4.0.0 targets Revit 2022 and Dynamo v2.10 and is backwards compatible with Revit 2018 – 2021 and Dynamo v2.x.
In the latest version we have added 24 new nodes and focused on stability, improved exception handling, and bug fixes. This release also includes major updates internally; we’ve refactored the entire codebase from the ground up following a strict OOP (Object Orientated Programming) approach. This approach brings with it new nodes as well as improvements to the organisation and purpose of the nodes, while ensuring that future updates of the package are quicker and easier to undertake so we can avoid lengthy delays between releases.
We are pleased to announce the release of BimorphNodes v3.0 available for download via the Dynamo Package Manager.
BimorphNodes v3.0 includes some major updates and a range of new nodes, including the new CADTextData.FromLayer node, which extracts text from a CAD link or import without exploding.
Our director Thomas Mahon recently hosted a lab at the BILT EUR 2018 conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia teaching the basics of Dynamo Zero Touch node development using C# in Visual Studio…in 75 minutes! The lab attracted a high turnout on both days it ran, highlighting an increasing trend within the construction industry to acquire programming skills now digital technology forms a vital part of our everyday procedures.
We are delighted to announce the release of BimorphNodes v2.2, which is now available for download via the Dynamo Package Manager.
BimorphNodes v2.2 introduces the new LinkElement class nodes to Dynamo which are purpose-built for retrieving elements from linked Revit models
BimorphNodes v2.1 has been released on the Dynamo Package Manager and it now includes ultra-efficient clash detection and intersection-based nodes!
We’ve developed a new range of geometry intersection nodes that are unmatched in performance and add entirely new functionality to Dynamo, while the new clash detection nodes achieve unparalleled speed increases
Our Director, Thomas Mahon, presented Bimorph Nodes at the Dynamo London User Group meeting on 28 February 2017. If you missed it, we’ve made the presentation available online so you can watch all the video content and gain an insight into the inner workings of some of our most innovative nodes.
BimorphNodes v2.0 has been released and is available for download via the Dynamo BIM Package Manager! There have been a range significant upgrades since the previous release (v1.5.1), plus we’ve added some amazing new nodes.
To coincide with the release of BimorphNodes v2.0, we’ve also launched a dedicated BimorphNodes dictionary