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Snap tooltips for snap points

Tekla Structures 2019i introduces tooltips for snapping. When you start a command that requires picking points and you move the mouse pointer over objects in the model, Tekla Structures displays a snap tooltip that shows the name of the snap point.
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  • new feature
  • snap tooltips
  • snap points

Snapping color changes

Tekla Structures 2019i introduces new colors for snapping.
by Tekla User Assistance
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  • new feature
  • snapping color
  • snap switches

Updates to property pane and UDAs

Tekla Structures 2019i introduces improvements in the property pane and the Property pane editor, making viewing and modifying of user-defined attributes (UDAs) easier and more straightforward.
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  • new feature
  • User-defined attributes
  • UDA
  • property pane

New tools for detailing transmission towers

The new Transmission Tower Collection includes a set of tools developed based on customer needs. It includes:   1. Tower Line Tool 2. Tower View Creator 3. Tower Member 4. Tower Bent Member 5. Tower Bent Plates 6. Gage Line 7. Gage Line by Point 8. Clip off Cut 9. Plan Cut 10. Back Cut 11. Flange Cut 12. Cut Open Angle The collection is available at Tekla Warehouse.
by Tekla User Assistance
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  • new feature
  • transmission towers

Trimble Connect Visualizer

Starting from Tekla Structures 2019i, you can now access Trimble Connect Visualizer directly from Tekla Structures. Enhance your presentations with compelling, descriptive content that demonstrates design and build options. Clearly communicate the structural strategy for feedback from the widest stakeholder audience to drive productivity and project quality gains.
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  • new feature
  • Trimble Connect Visualizer
  • viewing the model
  • photorealistic rendering

Custom components - More with variables and formulas

In this video we look at some other functions with variable types, and how some variables work together to control special object properties. We also show a simple example of an if/then statement to control changes in output.
by Tekla User Assistance
4.5
  • custom components
  • Formulas
  • variables

Lofted plate

Tekla Structures 2019i introduces a new part type called lofted plate. It allows you to model transitions, rolled plates, warped plates and plates with a double-curve.
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  • new feature
  • lofted plate

Set default values automatically

In Tekla Structures 2019i, when you modify properties in the property pane, 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.
by Tekla User Assistance
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  • geometry editing
  • free-form editing
  • shape geometry
  • new feature

Find and fix overlapping numbers

Numbering affects many stages of your project, from creating drawings and reports to construction. In this video, we will show how you can find and fix overlapping numbers in your models using the numbering history log and Organizer.  The part about the numbering history log starts at 1:21. The part about Organizer starts at 4:50.
by Tekla User Assistance
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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 hole groups and how you can adjust existing holes.
by Tekla User Assistance
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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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1
  • 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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1
  • 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.
by Tekla Support US
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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.
by Tekla Support US
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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.
by Tekla tutorials
5
  • 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.
by Tekla tutorials
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  • Steel detailer basics
  • nc file

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