I have a general question to ask on how to speed the Run.
Currently, im running script for: Placing families using Autocad’s X,Y, coordinates and using point.project for Z axis.
The family which gets placed is non-hosted.
I have tested with 800 ceiling based elements and total number of ceiling = 1100
It took the same time when I tested it in advanced PC configuration ( i7-7770, 32gb DDR3 ram)
Take a look to this thread:
My general use of Dynamo contains calculations on thousands of objects at the same time. Weight, distance between objects, color by filters in Revit and input from excel and export of reports to excel, all in the same script.
I am working from a Laptop (HP Zbook CORE i7 vPro) and the _ RUN_ is taking too long…
Maybe I can optimize my laptops setup or maybe i should get a beast of a stationary computer?
I have two questions for you.
1. Do any of you have some advice for the best lap…
@architectcoding Thank you so much
Also, check for element bindings in the dynamo file. Deserializing those values is very time consuming.
Element binding is the name given to the process which Dynamo manage to ‘track’ the items created in non-Dynamo files. In this case, I’m going to focus entirely on element binding as it refers to Dynamo for Revit, but the mechanism exists to allow for this behavior in other applications (advanced steel, fusion, alias, etc.) as well. In the context of Revit, ‘elements’ refers to anything with an Element ID in the Revit database. When utilized correctly, element binding will expand how you leverag…