Albion Cladding Joint Rail Column (60)

Software version: 2017

Last updated September 27, 2018 by Trimble Solutions UK

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Albion Cladding Joint Rail Column (60)

The Albion Cladding Joint Rail Column macrosaved series of actions that includes instructions for a program

Macros are located in the applications and components catalog. They are recorded or created manually and stored as .cs file in a folder defined with the advanced option XS_MACRO_DIRECTORY.

Macros can, for example, be used for creating drawings or reports.

Macros are sometimes used to run an application.

can be used to define individual cladding joint rails between rails and cleats.

Before and after

Tekla Structures model before adding Albion Cladding Joint Rail Column (60) Tekla Structures model after adding Albion Cladding Joint Rail Column (60)


  • Any modification of the selected parts will cause this macro to be updated.
  • Most of the data required for this macro is fixed by Albion and stored in a series of data files supplied with Tekla Structures. Where standard data is not applicable, then certain items can be modified through the Parameters tab of the properties panel, but it is also possible to tailor the data files to individual requirements. This would require assistance from Tekla Structures support.
  • Diagonal tie wire should not be used at the same position as a CJR on a column as Albion do not have a standard way of dealing with this case.
  • All rails must be connected to the columns using the Albion Cold Rolled Sleeved (118).
  • All rail and cleats lengths must be parallel.  

Selection order example

  1. Column
  2. Rails
  3. Click middle mouse button

The order to select Tekla Structures model when adding Albion Cladding Joint Rail Column (60)

See also

Albion cold rolled - Important information
Albion Cladding Joint Rail Column (60) - Parts tab
Albion Cladding Joint Rail Column (60) - Parameters tab

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