AutoCAD Structural Detailing General DIscussion

AutoCAD Structural Detailing General DIscussion

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Main Table (ASD Concrete)

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11-03-2013 07:09 AM

Hi,

 

why is the first hook length missing in the main table? and, what's more important, why doesn't the program include this missing hook length in the total bar length cell?

 

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Re: Main Table (ASD Concrete)

11-03-2013 10:54 PM in reply to: mark.martin.se

hello,

The length of the hook is the same therefor is no need to represent that.

For the length of the bar check your setings (L=A+B)

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Re: Main Table (ASD Concrete)

11-03-2013 11:23 PM in reply to: jenyzosin

Hi,

 

...can you be more specific! What settings L=A+B?

 

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Re: Main Table (ASD Concrete)

11-03-2013 11:58 PM in reply to: mark.martin.se

Check this

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Re: Main Table (ASD Concrete)

11-04-2013 01:08 PM in reply to: mark.martin.se

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Use other software for RC detail :smileyfrustrated:

 

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Re: Main Table (ASD Concrete)

11-05-2013 12:56 AM in reply to: zcsillag

Hello,

ZCSILLAG i try a lots of software for RC detailing, but i tell you that ASD reinforcement (with all his bugs) i the best solution for me to detail reinforcement. I don't think is necessary to draw reinforcement 3D. All the world use 2D for many years and now, suddenly, is no good. I try Graitec, AllPlan and Tekla for reinforcement and his final drawing are execrable. This software is good because don't have 1000 popup windows for settings.

Here is an sample of drawings.

 

For steel dettailing I confess that Tekla is the best program, but I use ASD Steeel because this is the software with license.

 Asd Formwork is good, but you can't use it to transfer  your work to Revit or Robot to do the calclation. Only simple structure can be transfer to Revit (straight beams, columns and plane shells).

 

But I can tell you that's my opinion. 

 

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Re: Main Table (ASD Concrete)

11-05-2013 01:49 AM in reply to: jenyzosin

Hi jenyzosin

 

....can you kindly printscreen your bar description settings since it seams that we work on a quite similar way!

 

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This is another software (AutoCAD add-in) that I used to work with.

 

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PS: I really don't want to complicate my life with 3D RC layouts.

 

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Re: Main Table (ASD Concrete)

04-06-2014 04:28 AM in reply to: jenyzosin

Dear Pro

What's software using for detail RC in your pdf file?

Thank so much

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Re: Main Table (ASD Concrete)

04-06-2014 11:42 PM in reply to: duchoabn

Hi,....

 

....my technician is working with:

http://www.radimpex.rs/about.php?id=2&lang=en

 

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