Tag Archives: AutoCAD Structural Detailing

AutoCAD Structural Detailing 2012 Workflows

I thought I would share a couple of workflow diagrams I have been working on for ASD, both for steel fabrication and RC Detailing. As Autodesk improve the interoperability between various software, having a workflow is very important. The workflows … Continue reading

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AutoCAD Structural Detailing Reinforced Concrete Tutorial

Link to YouTube Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vxf6CrTtz4 In this short tutorial I will take you through some of the AutoCAD Structural Detailing (ASD) basic tools for reinforcing a beam. You will see how to create the bar and ranges and also how … Continue reading

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Section mapping from AutoCAD Structural Detailing to Revit Structure

A quick Tip and Trick when working with Steel models between ASD and Revit Structure.  When transferring a steel model from Revit Structure to ASD (AutoCAD Structural Detailing) your standard sections will be mapped without any problems. However, if you … Continue reading

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Revit Structure 2012 to AutoCAD Structural Detailing Tutorial

  As promised I am going to take you through the process of connecting a steel model created within Revit Structure 2012 to AutoCAD Structural Detailing 2012 (ASD) and generate some fabrication details that we can link back into Revit … Continue reading

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Revit Structure to ASD Steel Detailing

 With the new extension tools you can now pass your steel frame directly from Revit Structure to Autodesk structural detailing providing you have the extensions installed. This is a great way of providing typical connection details both in 2D and … Continue reading

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Revit Structure 2012 Extensions

Many of us have eagerly awaited news and the release date of the Revit Structure 2012 extensions from Autodesk. I have now installed these tools and thought I would quickly post some of the new and improved features. Here is … Continue reading

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Making the right connections

With the release of Revit Structure 2010 we now have the ability to model some very simple connections thanks to the subscription tools. These connections are, however, fairly limited allowing beam to column flange connection and column base plate connections. … Continue reading

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