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Metsec Non-Standard Anti-Sag (25)

The Metsec Non-Standard Anti-Sag macrosaved series of actions that includes instructions for a programMacros are located in the applications and components catalog.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Metsec Side Rail Supports (28)

The Metsec Side Rail Supports macrosaved series of actions that includes instructions for a programMacros 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 an arrangement of side rail supports between the rails of a bay.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Metsec Standard Anti-Sag Bay (23)

The Metsec Standard Anti-Sag Bay macrosaved series of actions that includes instructions for a programMacros are located in the applications and components catalog.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Metsec Apex Tie Bay (12)

The Metsec Apex Tie Bay macrosaved series of actions that includes instructions for a programMacros 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 multiple ties within a bay, between the two purlins at an apex.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Metsec Horizontal Cladding Support Column (33)

The Metsec Horizontal Cladding Support Column macrosaved series of actions that includes instructions for a programMacros are located in the applications and components catalog.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Metsec Diagonal Ties (29)

The Metsec Diagonal Ties macrosaved series of actions that includes instructions for a programMacros 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. allows the placing of single or double diagonal ties.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Metsec Eaves Beam to Stanchion (104)

The Metsec Eaves Beam to Stanchion macrosaved series of actions that includes instructions for a programMacros are located in the applications and components catalog.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Metsec Standard Horizontal Cladding Support (31)

The Metsec Standard Horizontal Cladding Support macrosaved series of actions that includes instructions for a programMacros are located in the applications and components catalog.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Metsec Cold Rolled Sleeved (102)

The Metsec Cold Rolled Sleeved connection is used to connect one or two purlins/rails to a rafter/stanchion. It can be used for sleeved joints, butt joints, in the middle of double span purlins/rails, and at gable ends. It should not be used for connections to hip rafters for which a separate joint is available. For simplicity, this help text, and the joint dialogue, will refer only to purlins and rafters, but unless explicitly stated otherwise, these terms should be taken to mean purlins/rails and rafters/stanchions.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Metsec Non-Continuous Rail (106)

The Metsec Non-Continuous Rail system joint is normally used when the specified column face to cladding distance is less than that possible for the standard purlin/rail joint. The joint can handle flush or recessed sheeting lines. A non-standard cleat, (either angle or tee), is welded to the column, and bolted to the rail using holes along the standard gauge lines.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

Form face creator (for pours)

Enhancing Tekla’s material quantity take-off [QTO] solution, this unique tool offers contractors unrivalled insight and control to reduce risk when planning, procuring and deploying formwork. Users in maintenance may download the Form Face Creator extension from Tekla Warehouse.
by CIP extensions
0

Form face creator (for parts)

Purpose and description
by CIP extensions
5

Formwork Placing tools - Walls: Release notes

Release 2.5 22 March, 2019 New features Easier to control formwork items Formwork placing tools now automatically write UDA’s on placed items These attributes enable easier control for formwork items in model and drawing side Usable for ribbon controls, selection and view filters, drawing settings Formwork tools are writing attributes below by following basis TW_CATEGORY = FORMWORK if Formwork placing tools are used
by CIP extensions
0
by CIP extensions
0

Palletizer

The Tekla Structures Palletizer workflow tool is a 3D applicationpart of Tekla Structures functionality that is developed in order to extend the capability of Tekla Structures but that is not included in the Tekla Structures installation for planning and arranging precast elements for production, considering the needs of precast manufactures and supplying engineering offices.
by Precast Extensions
4
  • precast
  • pallet
  • production
  • planner

Spiral staircase

Contents Purpose and descriptionSystem requirementsInstalling Spiral staircaseUsing Spiral staircaseGeneral tabStep tabParts tabStringer tab   Purpose and description Use Spiral staircase to create and model a spiral staircase.
by Steel Extensions
5

Formwork placing tools for walls - tool configuration

Setting up the tool for a new formwork supplier
by CIP extensions
5

Z Pan Dimensioning

ContentsPurpose and descriptionSystem requirementsInstalling Z Pan DimensioningUser Interface
by Tekla Structures Extensions USA
5
  • Dimension
  • stairs
  • pan
  • drawing

PDMS/E3D and Tekla Structures Interoperability: Q&A, collected 8th April 2019

Question: Having issues with the mapping to native sections
by Tekla Extensions - General Design
4.5

Thomas Panels Cold Rolled Sleeved (120)

The Thomas Panels and Profiles Cold Rolled Sleeved connection is used to connect one or two purlins/rails to a rafter/stanchion. It can be used for sleeved joints, butt joints, in the middle of double span purlins/rails, and at gable ends. It should not be used for connections to hip rafters for which a separate joint is available. For simplicity, this help text, and the joint dialogue, will refer only to purlins and rafters, but unless explicitly stated otherwise, these terms should be taken to mean purlins/rails and rafters/stanchions.
by Trimble Solutions UK
0

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