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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.
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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

Modeling columns, beams, and slabs

In this video, you will continue to learn about modeling concrete elements. To proceed to the next tutorial, click here. You can return to the US Cast in Place Modeling Tutorials by clicking here.
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  • US concrete tutorials

Modeling columns and slabs

In this video, you will learn how to insert columns and slabs. To proceed to the next tutorial, click here. You can return to the US Cast in Place Modeling Tutorials by clicking here.
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  • tutorial
  • US concrete tutorials

Modeling walls using wall layout

In this video, you will learn how to use the wall layout tool. To proceed to the next tutorial, click here. You can return to the US Cast in Place Modeling Tutorials by clicking here.
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  • tutorial
  • US concrete tutorials

Modeling footings Part 2

In this video, you will learn to add pad footings to a model using an inserted 2d reference model. To proceed to the next tutorial, click here. You can return to the US Cast in Place Modeling Tutorials by clicking here.
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  • tutorial
  • US concrete tutorials

Modeling footings Part 1

In this video, you will learn to add strip footings to a model using an inserted 2d reference model. To proceed to the next tutorial, click here. You can return to the US Cast in Place Modeling Tutorials by clicking here.
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  • tutorial
  • US concrete tutorials
  • modeling footings

Types of reports

In this video, we talk more about the Template Editortool in Tekla Structures that is used for creating and modifying templates to be used in drawings and reports and how you can make different types of reports such as spreadsheets, selectable reports and graphical PDF reports.
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  • Template Editor
  • reports

Introduction to the Template Editor

In this video, we are introduced to the textual reports you can create in the Template Editortool in Tekla Structures that is used for creating and modifying templates to be used in drawings and reports. Learn how to create a simple BOM report, and how the output changes depending on settings like sorting and row rules.
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  • Template Editor
  • reports

Insert drawing and adjust grid

In this video, we show how to import a 2D reference model and use it as an overlay to adjust the Tekla Structures grid lines to match the contract document. To proceed to the next tutorial, click here. You can return to the US Cast in Place Modeling Tutorials by clicking here.
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  • tutorial
  • US concrete tutorials
  • import reference file

Improvements in bolt holes

This video shows a new feature that allows you to insert a bolt into the model without creating a hole in the object(s) it's bolting through.  For example, you could insert screws that will be installed on-site or bolt through objects that already have pre-drilled holes.  This means that your piece marks will stay the same but allow you to insert bolts into the model for accurate reporting of quantities.
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  • bolt holes

Adjusting the Grid and Gridlines

This video shows a couple of examples of how to change a grid's spacing and values both through dialogs and through the Contextual Toolbar. Grid link:https://teklastructures.support.tekla.com/2019/en/mod_grids Contextual toolbar link:https://teklastructures.support.tekla.com/2019/en/gen_contextual_toolbar
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  • US concrete tutorials
  • create grid
  • direct modification grids

Inserting a PDF and using Reference Model Scale tool

This video shows an example of how to insert a PDF file and use a tool called Reference Model Scale to set the scale for accuracy. The tool is available at the following link, or by searching for Reference Model Scale in the Warehouse:https://warehouse.tekla.com/#!/catalog/details/u785cc1de-3fed-443a-ba93-f61c688ef08d
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  • US concrete tutorials
  • insert PDF
  • reference model scale

New clone selected feature

When editing general arrangement drawings, you often need to repetitively add annotations, dimensions and styles for building objects throughout the drawing.  The new clone(performed by Tekla Structures) to create a new drawing by using a cloning templateCloning aims at using the drawing properties, view properties, and object properties from the cloning template in a new drawing.Drawings can be cloned from the current model or another model.Cloned drawings need some manual checking. selec
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  • new feature
  • clone

Curved construction objects and radial grids

In this video we introduce two new construction objects (construction arc and construction polycurve) and a new command to copy construction objects.  We also introduce the new radial gridmodeling aid that represents a three-dimensional complex of horizontal and vertical planesIn Tekla Structures, grids are used as an aid in locating objects in a model. The grid is shown on the view plane by dash-and-dot lines.
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  • new feature
  • curved grid line
  • radial grid

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. This is tutorial 3/3 in the Getting started with Tekla Structures module, and 3/35 in the Tekla Structures for Concrete Contractors elearning course.
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  • concrete contractor basics

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