Tutorials

Fixing clashes

Learn how to create views for specific purposes in Tekla Structures and how to use direct modification to resolve clashes. This is tutorial 10/10 in the Connecting parts module and 15/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • Direct Modification
  • clash check

Model view settings

Learn how to set view properties and how to change the visibility of objects and components in a Tekla Structures model. This is tutorial 9/10 in the Connecting parts module and 14/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • model view

Detecting clashes

Learn how to detect clashes in Tekla Structures using the clash check manager. This is tutorial 8/10 in the Connecting parts module and 13/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • clash check

Modeling bracing connections

Learn how to model bracing connections in Tekla Structures using system components. This is tutorial 7/10 in the Connecting parts module and 12/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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4.2
  • Steel detailer basics
  • component
  • bracing
  • Gusset

Modeling haunch connections

Learn how to model haunch connections in Tekla Structures using system components. This is tutorial 6/10 in the Connecting parts module and 11/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • component

Modeling two-sided connections

Learn how to model two-sided  connections in Tekla Structures using system components. This is tutorial 5/10 in the Connecting parts module and 10/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • component

Modeling beam to column connections

Learn how to model beam to column connections in Tekla Structures using system components. This is tutorial 4/10 in the Connecting parts module and 9/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • component

Modeling beam to beam web connections

Learn how to model beam to beam web connections in Tekla Structures using system components. This is tutorial 3/10 in the Connecting parts module and 8/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • connection

Modeling base plates

Learn how to model base plates in Tekla Structures using system components. This is tutorial 2/10 in the Connecting parts module and 7/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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3.5
  • Steel detailer basics
  • base plate
  • system component

About system components

Learn how to use system components in Tekla Structures. Learn how to find and manage system components in the Applications & components catalog, how to add components to the model, and the basic principles of AutoDefaults. This is tutorial 1/10 in the Connecting parts module and 6/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • component
  • Applications & components
  • AutoDefault

Modeling steel rafters and bracing

Learn to model rafters and bracing. Learn how to use the tool for moving objects and how to work on different work planes. This is tutorial 5/5 in the Getting started with Tekla Structures module and 5/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • rafters
  • bracing
  • work plane
  • moving

Modeling steel columns and beams

Learn to model the basic steel structure of a building. Create steel framing and floor beams and learn how to effectively use the tools for copying objects, as well as how to modify multiple parts at a time. This is tutorial 4/5 in the Getting started with Tekla Structures module and 4/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • beam
  • column
  • steel frame
  • copying

Starting new projects

Learn how to get started with a new Tekla Structures project and how to set up project-specific information. Additionally, learn about grids and how to modify them, about creating views, and about using snap switches and selection switches. This is tutorial 3/5 in the Getting started with Tekla Structures module and 3/39 in the Tekla Structures for steel detailers elearning course.
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4.083335
  • Steel detailer basics
  • selecting
  • snapping
  • grid

Basic Modeling for Precast - Modeling Double Tee Slabs

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

Custom components - Adding bindings

This month we take our custom components and start to add bindings to the different model objects. In this video, we will cover how bindings work with different planes, and how these can be shown in a dialog box for adjustment in the model.
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  • binding
  • custom components

Inquire object properties

Learn how to get information about model objects in Tekla Structures. We will show you how to inquire the properties of a single object, inquire the center of gravity of objects, and make custom inquiries. 00:26 Inquire single object 00:47 Inquire center of gravity 01:12 Custom inquiry
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  • Inquire
  • inquire object properties

Basic Modeling for Precast - Creating Walls

In this course you will learn how to model walls.
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5
  • US Precast tutorials

Custom components in Tekla Structures

In this video we take a beginning look at creating your own custom components in Tekla Structures. There are four "types" available and we show examples of each type and situations they are used for.
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5
  • custom components
  • custom component
  • creating custom component

Fit part ends

Learn how to use fittings to extend or shorten parts, so that they don't overlap in your model. Note: use fittings mainly to shorten beams. Do not use fittings for making considerable beam extensions.
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1.5
  • fit part end
  • fit parts

Basic Modeling for Precast - Creating Columns Beams and Spandrels

This course is designed to teach you the basics of modeling a structure using Tekla Structures for Precast.
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5
  • US Precast tutorials

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