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Exploring model information

Learn what Tekla Structures objects are, how to create views, and how to control the visibility of different objects in views. Additionally, learn about parts, assemblies, pours, and reinforcement, about their properties and about inquiring the properties, and how to create view filters and selection filters.
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  • concrete contractor basics

Introduction: Model information management

Get an overview of managing model information with Organizer. Learn how to work with Object Browser: For example, how to create reports. Learn how to use Organizer categories, how to view selected objects in the model, and how to import and export categories. This is tutorial 1/4 in the Model information management module.
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  • concrete contractor basics

Creating location categories

Learn about location categories in Organizer: how to organize your model to sections and floors based on locations, and how to modify the location categories manually. This is tutorial 2/4 in the Model information management module.
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  • concrete contractor basics

Creating custom categories

Learn about custom categories and different ways to create them in Organizer. This is tutorial 3/4 in the Model information management module.
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  • concrete contractor basics

Creating property categories

Learn how to create property categories, and when it is useful to create them. This is tutorial 4/4 in the Model information management module.
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  • concrete contractor basics

Introduction: Quantity take-off reporting

Learn how to use model information in practice. Get to know how to create accurate reports from the project by using the Object Browser in Organizer. This is tutorial 1/3 in the Quantity take-off reporting module.
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  • concrete contractor basics
  • reports

Reporting quantities

Learn to use Object Browser in Organizer for reporting quantities. Learn how to get quantity reports, and how to organize the data in object browser in two ways: By using categories and by selecting the reported objects from the model. Learn also how to export your reports into Microsoft Excel. This is tutorial 2/3 in the Quantity take-off reporting module.
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  • concrete contractor basics
  • Object Browser
  • exporting reports

Creating and modifying templates

Learn how to create and modify templates in Organizer. Additionally, learn to change the default template, and how to create custom formulas and properties to your templates. This is tutorial 3/3 in the Quantity take-off reporting module.
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  • concrete contractor basics
  • Templates

Introduction: Pour planning

Learn how the pour management functionality of Tekla Structures allows you to see the concrete geometry of cast-in-place concrete structures when you are planning how the structure is going to be built. This is tutorial 1/4 in the Pour planning module.
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  • concrete contractor basics
  • pour management

Creating pour objects

Learn how pour objects work, and how they can be modified using the pour phase attribute, and pour break tools. This is tutorial 2/4 in the Pour planning module.
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  • concrete contractor basics
  • pour objects
  • pour phase
  • pour break

Creating pour units

Learn how pour units are created, and how you can calculate the volume of pour units. Additionally, learn how to manually add and remove objects to and from pour units. This is tutorial 3/4 in the Pour planning module.
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  • concrete contractor basics
  • pour units

Planning with pours

Learn how to use Organizer to manage pour objects in your model, and how to use pour numbers to identify different pours. This is tutorial 4/4 in the Pour planning module.
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  • concrete contractor basics
  • pour management
  • pour numbers

Formwork placing tools - Walls: Parametric sub-conditions

Formwork placing tools - Walls: Parametric sub-conditions
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Formwork placing tools - Walls: Add fillers to corner conditions

Add fillers to corner conditions with Formwork placing tools - Walls
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Formwork placing tools - Slabs: Double girders in panel joints

Double the cross girders in panel seams. User can now choose the default girder layout and specify how is the layout in panel seams.
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Formwork placing tools - Slabs: Add shoring automatically to slab formwork

It’s possible to add girders and shoring in one go with Formwork placing tools - Slabs
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Formwork placing tools - Walls: Add clamps and walers with fillers

Fillers are now placed in full height. User can choose if walers and clamps are added with filler by ticking the Insert clamps/walers.
by Riku Laiho
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Formwork placing tools - Walls: Direct modification of panel layout

Change panels in wallplate that represents a structure such as a wall or roof panelIn Tekla Structures, a panel is created by picking two or more points.In cast-in-place concrete the term wall refers to a concept similar to panel. formwork layout with Direct modificationfunction that activates the mode where the model objects can be modified by using handlesDirect modification enables additional handles and modification options.
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Formwork placing tools - Walls: Add accessories automatically to panel layout

It’s now possible to use applied settings to automatically add accessories to formwork layouts and individual panels
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Stand-alone bent plate

This video shows how you can now create stand-alone bent plates that do not require any input parts. You can use stand-alone bent plates to model both cylindrical and conical parts, such as hoods, hoppers, cones, and so on.
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  • new feature
  • stand-alone bent plate

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