I hope you’ve had a great weekend!
I’m pretty new at using Dynamo and Revit in general, just to put that out there. The problem I’ve been unable to remedy is how to take a single element, given an ID, and then copy that into multiple locations. I know I can use the element.setlocation node in the case of a single element, but is there something like this such that that instead of moving the source element, it copies it and moves these copies to a list of given points?
Here’s what I have so far:
I have a bunch of points and my element. I want to create a unique instance of the element at each one of these points. I tried the Springs set location node as well, but it doesn’t copy the instance either. One tangent idea that came up was duplicating the element a certain number of times and compiling a list of those duplicates, however I’m not sure how to go about that either. I dug around in some of the python nodes that exist with some packages for duplicating individual elements, but the python was far more than I could follow.
I spent quite a bit of time looking around to similar problems and didn’t find anything that worked for me; I apologize if a solution to this exists.
Any suggestions are appreciated!