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ASD 2012 reinforcement

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05-20-2011 01:36 PM

Where we can find the new tool for 3d reinforcement ???????????????


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Re: ASD 2012 reinforcement

05-26-2011 12:23 AM in reply to: ZHUKOV_ING


When you design your Rc beam, use the Objet Inspector, select your beam in the tab Model,  right click and "Create 3D view" .





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Re: ASD 2012 reinforcement

10-02-2012 06:45 AM in reply to: jad.dellel

Hi! I am using ASD 2013 and modeling a foundation slab (reinforceing it) - when I do the option you've mentioned in a post above I only can see the formwork of the slab without reinforcement - how to make it visible?


I also created some basic elements with the help of a tab ASD - Structure Elements -> (Panel) Structure Elements Reinforcement: Beam, Column, Spread footing - and every option from this list I could visiolize in 3D and COULD see the reinforcement.



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Re: ASD 2012 reinforcement

07-24-2013 05:32 AM in reply to: ZHUKOV_ING

It doesn't show me the option of 3d view, just some reinforcement table options. What should I do? This would be the only way to get a 3d view?

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