Tutorials

Modeling beam to column connections

Learn how to model beam to column connections in Tekla Structures using system components.
by Tekla tutorials
5
  • 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.
by Tekla tutorials
5
  • Steel detailer basics
  • connection

Modeling base plates

Learn how to model base plates in Tekla Structures using system components.
by Tekla tutorials
5
  • Steel detailer basics
  • base plate
  • system component

About system components

Learn how to use system components in Tekla Structures. Additionally, 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.
by Tekla tutorials
4.5
  • 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.
by Tekla tutorials
5
  • 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.
by Tekla tutorials
5
  • 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.
by Tekla tutorials
4.333335
  • Steel detailer basics
  • selecting
  • snapping
  • grid

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.
by Tekla tutorials
5
  • Steel detailer basics
  • user interface
  • selecting
  • snapping
  • measurement
  • screenshot
  • side pane
  • quick Launch

Using Trimble Connect in rebar projects

Learn how to use Trimble Connect in rebar projects.
by Tekla tutorials
0
  • Rebar detailer basics
  • Trimble Connect

Using Trimble Connect in cast-in-place projects

Learn how to use Trimble Connect in your cast-in-place projects.
by Tekla tutorials
0
  • Rebar detailer basics
  • Trimble Connect
  • Export as IFC

3Dconnexion integration with Tekla Structures

This video gives an overview showing how the 3Dconnexion devices can be used with Tekla Structures. Users can navigate the model using their 3Dconnexion device and map Tekla commands to hotkeys to more easily interact with the model.
by Tekla User Assistance
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  • 3dconnexion
  • space mouse

Drawing rule sets

In this tips and tricks video we learn about drawing rule sets - what they are, how they work, and how you can customize your own. Pairing model filters with drawing settingssettings that control what the drawing looks like and what it includes Drawing settings can be defined in the modeling mode when creating a drawing, and they can be modified in the drawing mode.The range of the objects and elements that drawing settings affect may vary.
by Tekla User Assistance
4.25
  • drawing rule set
  • master drawing catalog
  • master drawing

Creating model templates

Model templates are an easy way to save standard job properties and things like custom components so that your model is ready when you start a new project. These can be saved locally or set up on a server for your team, and in this video we take a look at how to do so.
by Tekla User Assistance
4.5
  • model templates
  • model template

Concrete Modeling - Lesson Twelve

Here is a collection of modeling tutorials, many of which are specifically geared towards concrete modeling.Click here to go back to the Concrete Modeling Video Tutorials start page. In this video: Setting pour phases and pours.
by Tekla Support US
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  • Us Concrete Fundamentals

Concrete Modeling - Lesson Eleven

Here is a collection of modeling tutorials, many of which are specifically geared towards concrete modeling.Click here to go back to the Concrete Modeling Video Tutorials start page. In this video: Modeling sloped slabs.
by Tekla Support US
5
  • Us Concrete Fundamentals

Concrete Modeling - Lesson Ten

Here is a collection of modeling tutorials, many of which are specifically geared towards concrete modeling.Click here to go back to the Concrete Modeling Video Tutorials start page. In this video: Modeling elevated slabs.
by Tekla Support US
5
  • Us Concrete Fundamentals

Concrete Modeling - Lesson Nine

Here is a collection of modeling tutorials, many of which are specifically geared towards concrete modeling.Click here to go back to the Concrete Modeling Video Tutorials start page. In this video: Copying framing elements up.
by Tekla Support US
5
  • Us Concrete Fundamentals

Concrete Modeling - Lesson Eight

Here is a collection of modeling tutorials, many of which are specifically geared towards concrete modeling.Click here to go back to the Concrete Modeling Video Tutorials start page. In this video: Modeling framing elements.
by Tekla Support US
0
  • Us Concrete Fundamentals

Concrete Modeling - Lesson Seven

Here is a collection of modeling tutorials, many of which are specifically geared towards concrete modeling.Click here to go back to the Concrete Modeling Video Tutorials start page. In this video: Modeling elevator walls, inserting 3D stair model, and using Organizer.
by Tekla Support US
5
  • Us Concrete Fundamentals

Concrete Modeling - Lesson Six

Here is a collection of modeling tutorials, many of which are specifically geared towards concrete modeling.Click here to go back to the Concrete Modeling Video Tutorials start page. In this video: Modeling foundation elements - Part 3
by Tekla Support US
5
  • Us Concrete Fundamentals

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