Base structural drawings on local and regional building codes using country-specific structural detailing templates.
Access concrete reinforcement and structural steel detailing templates that are based on regional detailing practices, including material designations and hatching patterns for several countries. Multiple international databases help structural engineers and drafters use locally required elements, such as steel sections, materials, and rebar shapes.
Display solid objects in structural drafting documents, including items that are typically supported by a steel structure.
Represent concrete foundations, concrete or masonry walls, concrete slabs, and plant structures. While these elements do not necessarily affect the structural steel design, they are a necessary part of the structural modeling process, and they offer a more accurate display and visualization of the structure in detailed drawings.
Create manual weld definitions in drawings using the definition dialogue box.
More freely adjust the look of final shop drawings with customizable styles for engineers and drafters.
Change almost any aspect of the drawing, including descriptions, symbols, dimensions, and tables, adding greater flexibility. Create new styles or modify existing ones to make drawings look exactly how you want them to look.