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Set default values automatically

In Tekla Structures 2019i, when you modify properties in the property panecontrol element in Tekla Structures user interface in the form of a side pane windowThe property pane can be used to show and modify the properties of model objects., you can use the new Set default values automatically option to switch between automatic and manual applying of properties for the next objects of the same type.
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  • set default values automatically
  • new feature

Search in model

Now you can quickly search for objects in the entire model or within the selected model objects by using the Model search toolbar.  When you run a search in the model, Tekla Structures searches for objects whose property values contain the search term, and then highlights and selects the objects that have matching property values.
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  • new feature
  • Model search tool bar
  • search in model

Geometry editing mode: A new way to modify shape geometry

From Tekla Structures 2019i onwards, you can use the geometry editing mode to modify the geometry of items and create new shapes. This can be useful when you are planning drainage and need to create sloping slabs.
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  • geometry editing
  • free-form editing
  • shape geometry
  • new feature

Find and fix overlapping numbers

Numberingprocess of assigning position numbers to parts, cast units, assemblies, or reinforcementIn Tekla Structures, the position numbers assigned in the numbering are shown in marks and templates, for example. affects many stages of your project, from creating drawings and reports to construction.
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  • overlapping numbers
  • numbering issues

Create bolt holes

In Tekla Structures, you can create 4 types of bolt holes: round, slotted, oversized, and tapped. We will show how you can create different types of holes and holesmall hollow open throughout a part or assembly that is usually used for fastening parts with bolts or other such objectsHole is created in the same way as bolts and hole properties are defined in the bolt properties. groups and how you can adjust existing holes.
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  • bolt holes
  • hole groups

Basic Modeling for Precast - Publishing output files

This course is designed to teach you the basics of modeling a structure using Tekla Structures for Precast.
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  • US Precast tutorials

Basic Modeling for Precast - Editing drawings

This course is designed to teach you the basics of modeling a structure using Tekla Structures for Precast.
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  • US Precast tutorials

Basic Modeling for Precast - Creating drawings

This course is designed to teach you the basics of modeling a structure using Tekla Structures for Precast.
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  • US Precast tutorials

Basic Modeling for Precast - Modeling reinforcement

This course is designed to teach you the basics of modeling a structure using Tekla Structures for Precast.
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  • US Precast tutorials

Basic Modeling for Precast - Modeling cuts and blockouts

This course is designed to teach you the basics of modeling a structure using Tekla Structures for Precast.
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  • US Precast tutorials

Basic Modeling for Precast - Modeling cuts and blockouts

This course is designed to teach you the basics of modeling a structure using Tekla Structures for Precast.
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  • US Precast tutorials

Basic Modeling for Precast - Modeling stairs

This course is designed to teach you the basics of modeling a structure using Tekla Structures for Precast.
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  • US Precast tutorials

Creating reports

Learn about reports in general, and how to create different kinds of reports. Learn how to create a bolt list, material list, assembly list, and a report based on part phases. This is tutorial 5/5 in the Project deliverables module and 39/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • report
  • Bolt
  • material
  • assembly
  • part phase

Working with NC files

Learn about NC (numerical control) files. Learn about NC files in general, and how to create NC files in DSTV format. Additionally, learn how to convert the NC files from DSTV to DXF format. This is tutorial 4/5 in the Project deliverables module and 38/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • nc file

Exporting to 3D PDF

Learn about the Publish to 3D PDF tool, which enables you to export your model to a 3D PDF. This way, you can communicate your work to others, who only need a PDF reader to explore the model. Additionally, learn how to take the tool into use by downloading it from Tekla Warehouse, an online service for storing and sharing Tekla Structures content. This is tutorial 3/5 in the Project deliverables module and 37/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • 3D PDF

Using Trimble Connect for collaboration

Learn how you can share a Tekla Structures model for collaboration purposes using Trimble Connect. This is tutorial 2/5 in the Project deliverables module and 36/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • Trimble Connect

Printing drawings

Learn about printing drawings in Tekla Structures. Additionally, learn how to print general arrangement drawings as pdf files. This is tutorial 1/5 in the Project deliverables module and 35/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • drawing
  • print
  • PDF

Tekla Structures for steel detailers

This tutorial is an introduction to the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course: its content and how to navigate within the course. This is tutorial 1/5 in the Getting started with Tekla Structures module and 1/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics

User interface - steel detailer

Get to know the basic elements of the Tekla Structures user interface. Learn how to open Tekla Structures and Tekla Structures models, use the ribbon, navigate in the model, create views, and use clip planes. Additionally, learn how to hide and show parts, and how to use selection switches and snap switches. This is tutorial 2/5 in the Getting started with Tekla Structures module and 2/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • user interface
  • selecting
  • snapping
  • measurement
  • screenshot
  • side pane
  • quick Launch

Working with templates

Learn about templates in Tekla Structures. Learn how to customize your drawings by adding a logo to a template. Additionally, learn how to create a simple template, and how to add the template to a drawing layout. This is tutorial 4/4 in the Managing drawings module and 34/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • drawing
  • template

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