Good news! The 2019 version of Graitec Advance is coming soon. Until then, we invite you to take a look at the new super-useful feature of the Advance BIM Designers 2019 built to increase productivity and offer a better control while working with reinforced elements in Revit
Hello guys! We had notice how many people are searching for bootleg copies of our software and though to tell you why this is hurting the users more than the companies. Often illegal downloads come from sketchy websites filled with viruses. In some cases, the only thing that the user can actually read is the download link. Don’t you think this is just a little bit crazy?
Tip: If you want to try Graitec Advance Design 2018, just download the trial from our website.
While we had made the research for this article we found the answer of a Reddit user to a question related to the online piracy which saying that the usage of a pirated software is like “sitting on a time bomb without knowing when it will explode”. Maybe the comparison could be considerate a little bit out of the hook those days, but the point remains valid.
If you not getting his point of view right away, take a look of those disadvantages:
Greetings dear fellows engineers! Did you know that Graitec BIM Designer Series has been split into two packages? Starting with 2018 release, the Advance BIM Designer are grouped under two series to meet the specific needs of each industry sector: Concrete Series and Steel Series. Also, the Steel Series contains the following modules: Stair & Railing Designer, Steel Connection Designer and Structure Designer.
Today, we going to focus on Steel Connection Designer*. Part of Graitec BIM Designer, the package ensures the configuration of a seamless solution, with the ability to manage and calculate bolted and welded joints, and with fully detailed design reports that include the calculation formulas and reference to the design code. The software design steel connections to Euro Codes, directly in Advance Design or as a standalone solution.
Bièvres, France, April 2018 – GRAITEC, an international BIM, Fabrication and Design software developer for AEC, Autodesk® Platinum Partner across Europe and Gold Partner across USA, Canada and Russia announced today that it acquired 100% shares of Procad, Montreal, Canada on Wednesday April 4th . (The terms of the deal have not been disclosed.)
The acquisition of Procad reinforces the position of Graitec in Canada where the company is already operating as (1) Autodesk Gold Partner; (2) developer and reseller of 2 world standard structural analysis & design software: Advance Design and Advance BIM Designers and Advance Workshop, MIS Solution; and (3) as service provider and Research & Development partner for engineering offices and manufacturers.
GRAITEC, an international BIM, Fabrication and Design software developer for AEC, and Autodesk® Platinum Partner across Europe, is delighted to announce winning the prestigious Autodesk Platinum Award for the third consecutive year, for the “Largest Net New Subscription Growth in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA)”
Winning an Autodesk Platinum award is a spectacular achievement in a very challenging and hotly contested market place. But managing to achieve this accolade three consecutive years in a row is testament to a business that is clearly focussed on growth through its customer centric approach, not only helping clients achieve their own successes, but also assisting them to maximise the return on their Autodesk software investments.
Says Steve Houlder, Graitec COO: “We were delighted to achieve a Platinum Award for the second-time last year. Being able to achieve our goal for a third consecutive year however is huge honour, and one that not only reinforces the chosen path for our strategic growth initiative, but also demonstrates the strength and depth of experience of all the Graitec teams across EMEA who’s commitment, professionalism and focus have helped make this achievement possible once more.”
Says Manuel Liedot, Graitec CEO: “The achievement of this award clearly illustrates our determination and commitment to the goal of becoming a leading global BIM provider and principal Autodesk Partner, as we continue to invest in strengthening our teams, our technology and service delivery. I would like to congratulate all the Graitec teams involved for their hard work and dedication, as well as thanking all our loyal and new customers around the globe for their continued support.”
Founded in 1986, GRAITEC is an international Autodesk Platinum Partner across Europe including an Autodesk Developer Partner and Autodesk AEC Solution Associate, delivering high-performance BIM solutions, bespoke add-ons and apps for Autodesk key AEC platforms. Operating throughout 38 offices across 11 countries worldwide, GRAITEC offers its clients an extensive range of established software solutions combined with the full portfolio of Autodesk products and BIM suites which help address the most demanding projects needs and maximize productivity, efficiency and performance. With 450 employees amongst which there are 200 BIM consultants, GRAITEC is an innovation focused company whose products are used by more than 50,000 construction professionals worldwide.
GRAITEC, an international BIM and CAD software developer with more than 30 years expertise in AEC, and Autodesk® Platinum Partner, is proud to announce that one of its online courses made the short list of trending classes at Autodesk University.
The Future of Making-Rebar in Revit session is among the most viewed course this month, and it provides an in-depth view on automating the modeling, detailing and scheduling of structural elements within Revit in one connected workflow.
The course delivers a both engaging and comprehensive session, showing how intelligent BIM data in a connected workflow can enable structural elements (such as footings, columns, and beams) to be automatically modeled, detailed, and scheduled using Revit software.
The session includes four key learning points:
- Connected structural BIM workflow
- Benefits of intelligent BIM data
- Detailed 3D rebar cages in Revit
- A more automated finish with the use of default or custom Revit families.
The main focus lies on a more automated creation of designed 3D reinforcement cages in Revit software, with the use of default or custom structural Revit families. The course also explores the configuration of automated drawings, views, bar scheduled and design reports using standard Revit families.
Access the link below to change the way you approach designing rebar in Revit:
While searching the forum, I found an intriguing question and I thought I would create a short video to address the issue.
Here is the dilemma, you are working on many projects simultaneously. While jumping from one project to another, you notice that in some of the drawings, your beam orientation is not as you expected.
It would be great if, in the steel structure, you were able to find out the start point of the beam. Did you create the beam from left from right or right from left?
TIP: Advance Steel allows you to view what direction the beam was created.
Open the Advance Steel Tool Palette and select the UCS category, which is the fourth icon in the first column. Within that category select the second icon called “Define coordinate system” in the third row.
After selecting the beam in question, you will find a symbol as seen in Figure1. The symbol shows you that this beam was created from right to left and in Figure 2 the beam was created from left to right.