This video shows how to add a model role to multiple elements using the model browser.
The model browser is a powerful tool that allows you to browse, filter, check, and edit your model. You can select certain elements in the browser and isolate them, only these elements will be visible in the structure.
Through the model browser, you can see if a part has been numbered or if it has been assigned a model role.
Add columns for specific criteria regarding Main and single part mark, Main and single part prefix, material, coating. It is possible to add coating or change Section sizes by putting a check in the Edit properties located in the upper left corner of the window.
It is easy to create claddings to a specified area of a structure using the Advance Steel cladding tools, located on the Extended Modeling tab, Structural elements panel. Similar standard panels can also be used for decking.
Simply place the UCS accordingly then define the cladding area using the “Define cladding area tool” once the area is defined create any cut outs or openings using the “Define cladding opening tool”.
Once these parameters are defined you can now create the claddings using the “Create cladding tool”.
Within the properties dialog box, you will find an extensive library of cladding and decking sections where you can adjust the orientation and finishing properties as well as the placement offset, cut per slope and much more!
Using Advance Steel Cameras at node tool, it is easy to create drawings of connections in your structure and reference them to a plan view.
First define the camera symbol presentation. How do you want the camera symbol to be displayed on drawings?
This can be done from the (ASMT) Advance Steel Management Tools by selecting the Defaults category. Use the filter option and type “Camera in the field.”
Select the detailing camera representation type from Drawing-Presentation sub category > General.
Place the UCS at the level where your connections are located, “Create cameras(s) at node” tool and define the camera direction.
By using the Drawing Process, “Cameras”, you have the option of “Selected cameras” or “All Cameras”.
Choose your required sheet size and the details are automatically created.
From the Drawing style GA Plans, Elevations/Sections category you can choose a ready-made template.
Select the elements you want included on the plan view and the drawing is created with the camera referenced to the plan view.
This Week Feature: Explode Details & Drawings
• Explode drawings from the Document Manager to .dwg format
• Instantly transforms Advance Steel dimensions into AutoCAD dimensions
• Dimensions retain their intelligence enabling editing in AutoCAD
• Select individual or multiple drawings
This Week Feature: Glass Panels
Updated Glass Panels
• Insert multiple glass panels at once
• Use any profile shape or material
• Easily define single and multi-layered glass
• Create a reusable library for windows, railings and structural glass
GRAITEC Advance PowerPack is a powerful time-saving extension to Autodesk Advance Steel that boosts everyday capability, productivity and efficiency.
This new version, GRAITEC Advance PowerPack 2015.1, extends the functionality of existing content and introduces industry-dedicated performance tools such as:
Curved Element Cut
Accurately cut any a straight or folded plate, section or tube to fit the profile of a curved tube
Glass Panel Utility
Define and drawglass panels, windows and facades (c/w material list template)
Platform Cover Creator
Automatically creates a grating or plate platform based on the selected supporting members