Thomas Panels Cold Rolled Cleat (101) - Parameters tab


Software version: 2021

Last updated March 30, 2021 by Trimble Solutions UK tekla.support.uk@trimble.com

Software version: 
2021
Environment: 
Not environment-specific

Thomas Panels Cold Rolled Cleat (101) - Parameters tab

Use the Parameters tab in the Thomas Panels and Profiles Cold Rolled Cleat Properties panel to control how the connecting members are defined within Tekla Structures.

Tekla Structures properties Parameters tab for Thomas Panels Cold Rolled Cleat (101)
 

Option Description Default Other
Free dist Primary to L Profile This is used to specify the clearance between the cleats defined in the joint and the primary member. If no value is entered here then the clearance will default to 0. Tekla Structures Free dist value for Cold Rolled steel systems
Secondary member cut back This determines the position to which the end of the secondary members are fitted, measured from the extremities of the primary member. For I-sections, if no value is entered here then the clearance will default to 5mm from the web of the primary member.

For channels, if no value is entered here then the clearance will default to 5mm from the nearest face.

 
Place Cleats on
(Outside, Inside, Both)
This specifies the positions where cleats are to be applied. The position is determined relative to the first secondary that is picked, looking along the secondary and into the joint. The default is set to Outside.
Place Cleats on Left using Cold Rolled steel systems Place Cleats on Right using Cold Rolled steel systems Place Cleats to Both Left and Right using Cold Rolled steel systems
Inside Outside Both
Cleat Finish This specifies the finish of the cleat. The default setting is Empty.  

See also

Thomas Panels cold rolled - Important information
Thomas Panels Cold Rolled Cleat (101)
Thomas Panels Cold Rolled Cleat (101) - Parts tab
Thomas Panels Cold Rolled Cleat (101) - Bolts tab

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