If you use this command
to know the weight of the structure I get a value lower than what you see by creating tables with the quantities of steel.
Why does this happen?
Command: _RBCS_inq_group Command: RBCS_inq Choose tool [Element/Group/Assembly/Model/cOg/Connection]<Grou
Paint area: 74.65 sq. m. Length: 5070 Width: 4065 Height: 5359
Command: Command: Command: _RBCS_inq_msize Command: RBCS_inq Choose tool [Element/Group/Assembly/Model/cOg/Connection]<Grou
Select elements or [ALL]:
Number of parts: 253 Profiles: 57 Plates: 186 User parts: 10 Bolts: 140 Assemblies: 35 Groups: 1 Connections: 105
Total paint area: 74.65 sq. m.
Total mass: 2510 kg
I had already tried. In reality, ASD provides a quantity of steel less than tables.
I also discovered something else, in my model I have profiles cut in half.
ASD considered in the tables (maybe a bug) profile split in half as a whole.
Can someone test this?
I think it is not a bug. In table You have gross weight of profile, and this is right value for fabricator. (To make cut element, you need a profile steel with a weight of whole element).
In window, that I showed in my last post, there should be a second option: "gross weight - profiles" - when this option would be unticked, weight in table = weight of whole structure.
OK, and what ur answer for included below ?
made castellated beam with macro and u have in table 2xIPE mass
Good luck !
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