Structure Design provides a set of tools for structure detailing and for designing small structure assemblies. This product addresses the detail design requirements of various industries. In particular it lets you: Create planar plates and curved plates. , Create linear shapes, bent shapes and twisted shapes, Split and merge shapes and plates. Define cutbacks and trim shapes. Place features such as cutouts, slots, end cuts, holes, etc., all of which can be in a central catalog. Create parametric assemblies such as brackets, collars, complex steel plates with numerous parts made of plates and shapes, all of which are in a central catalog. Include complete section catalogs covering DIN, AISC, EN and OTUA standards. Getting Started Guide: Setting Up Your Session, Creating Shapes on Existing Supports, Creating Point-to-Point Shapes, Creating Cutback, Creating Plates, Placing Cutouts, Placing Contextual Endcuts, Placing Small Assemblies, Saving Documents, Placing and Modifying Standard End Cuts, Placing Contextual End Cuts, Placing and Modifying Standard Slots, Modifying Plates and Shapes, Managing Sections, Renaming Nodes in the Specification Tree, Reporting the Specification Tree, Workbench Description, Project Standards, Creating & Completing Parametric Section Catalogs, Creating Catalogs of Slots, Endcuts and Small Assemblies, Migrating V4 Structure Elements.
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