Speckle Webinars Part I

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Speckle Webinars Part I

December 4, 2021 @ 12:30 am - 4:00 am AEDT


Welcome to the first installment of Speckle Webinars!

Whether you’ve only just heard of Speckle or you’re a hardcore user looking to dive even deeper, we’ll have something in the schedule for you. We want to empower new users, computational designers, hackers, and devs to get the most out of Speckle Systems!

What is Speckle?
Did you just land here with no idea what we’re talking about? Well, Speckle is the open source data infrastructure for the architecture, engineering, and construction industries.

Check it out and learn more @ speckle.systems ?

Part I
This first series includes one for beginner users and one for the devs:

Create Revit models from Rhino or Grasshopper with Speckle

Friday Dec 3 @ 4pm GMT

Join us for a beginner level webinar to learn how to use Speckle to enable Rhino→Revit and Grasshopper→Revit workflows in your projects.

We’ll teach you how send simple Rhino models into Revit as native Revit elements, such as walls and slabs, and do a deep dive into our Grasshopper connector, including creating complex elements such as Adaptive Components, updating Revit parameters using values generated in Grasshopper and more!

Minimum requirements:

  • Rhino 6 or 7
  • Revit 2019-2022
  • Speckle Manager + Rhino/Grasshopper/Revit connectors installed

Deploying Speckle server with 1-click & docker compose

Friday Dec 3 @ 2pm GMT

This is an intermediate level webinar where you’ll learn how to deploy a Speckle Server that fits your needs.

In this live presentation webinar we’ll walk through at least 2 ways of deploying a Speckle sever on your own infrastructure.

One will be a very quick getting started deployment with a 1-click Digital Ocean app, the other is a more robust configuration utilizing Docker and docker-compose.

To follow along, for the fist part, we require you to have a Digital Ocean account. For the second part any server with a static public IP would work, as long as it has Docker and docker-compose installed. The easiest to get there is also a DO 1click app.

Looking for more?
If you have any requests for future webinars, please drop them in this thread on our community forum:


December 4, 2021
12:30 am - 4:00 am AEDT