AVAILABLE IN: DRAWINGS
To use the application:
Create a Stair Assembly drawingdrawing that shows fabrication information for a basic or a nested assembly, including bolts and welds, and that is generally used at the workshop
Assembly drawings show how parts are located in an assembly. They contain the parts of the assembly presented in one or more views.
using the Stairs_with_BOM Assembly drawing properties.
Open up the Application & Components side panel in Tekla Structures.
Double-click the ZPan Stair Dimensions icon in the list.
You will be prompted to pick the following points
a. Left Nosing
b. Left End of main Stringer
c. Right Nosing
d. Right End of main Stringer
As Dimensions are applied you will see some additional Messages:
a. Adding Tread Running Dimensions
b. Adding Dimensions to locate a connection part left side
c. Adding Dimensions to locate a connection part right side
d. Adding Tread Depth Dimension
You can modify which polybeampart of a certain shape that is created as a continuous chain of beams passing through points that the user picks
The segments of the polybeam are straight, but segment intersections can be curved. For example, a beam that follows a zigzag line is a polybeam.
type part the program recognizes as the ‘Treads’ by setting the name property within the Zpan Stair Dimensions.cs file. To edit the file choose NotePad or WordPad if you don’t have Visual Studio on your computer.
The names of the saved away dimension attributes/settings used by the 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 changed.
Lastly, the messagebox and point picking prompts can be localized or customized to your local language by editing the Zpan Stair Dimensions.cs file.
- The program is currently designed to work for Zpan stairs most likely created by the S74 stair macro within the Tekla Structures model.
- What the macro adds to the drawing
Starting in v21.1, the above Macro is available in all US Environment Roles
Cast In Place (hidden)
Precast Detailing (hidden)