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The world of structural engineering, detailing, and fabrication is changing…Are you ready?

Join one or all of the webcasts below to hear how our innovative customers are using Advance Steel plus Autodesk’s platform of interoperable BIM-enabled products to more efficiently exchange data, reduce errors, and connect the structural detailing to fabrication workflow. Interested in a topic but can’t make it? Sign up and we’ll make sure you get an on-demand recording to watch at your convenience.

Want to suggest a topic? Send us an email and we’ll add it to the list for consideration!

Code Checking for any Steel Connection at the BIM Table

Presented by IDEA StatiCa and Autodesk

Monday, September 25

On Monday, September 25th IDEA StatiCa and Autodesk will present in a short webinar, how their customers use the latest technology to save time in connection design and code check, optimize steel connections and share precise model information between various platforms like Revit and Advance Steel.

Interoperability of Advance Steel & FabSuite

On-Demand Available

Join Autodesk and FabSuite on September 20th, where we’ll show you how to connect structural design, detailing, and fabrication. Beginning with an Autodesk Revit model, we will continue detailing in Autodesk Advance Steel, create shop documentation within minutes and link model information to FabSuite (a world-leading Steel Management software). The model information roundtrip allows an easy understanding of fabrication status in a BIM environment.


Miscellaneous Steel for Any Industry

On-Demand Available

Sound too good to be true? It’s not! If you are a steel fabricator, designer or an owner of a fab shop one of the things you create every day is miscellaneous steel items for multiple projects. If you are using regular AutoCAD for steel fabrication and design you are working way too hard. Join us on this online webinar to see how Autodesk Advance Steel can take you to the next level both in design, collaboration and dominating your market.

May 4

Intelligent Steel Detailing for the Mining Industry

On-Demand Available

Advance Steel detailing software can be taken to a new level when in the hands of customers that have embraced its capabilities. This webcast will build upon the power of Advance Steel and show how one user successfully built equipment for the mining industry. We will also highlight some of the key features he used to save time and increase accuracy by using Advance Steel over 2D drawings.

May 4

What’s New for Structural Fabrication

On-Demand Available

The era of connected BIM is upon us, especially in the structural design, engineering, detailing, and fabrication specializations. Join Autodesk and guest speaker from Martin & Martin as we review the NEW tools and features of Autodesk Revit and Advance Steel 2018. During this webcast, you will learn how connecting design and detailing workflows will yield higher LOD and less waste and rework during the fabrication process. Don’t take our word for it, guest speaker Martin & Martin will be on hand to tell how they are using the latest features in Revit and Advance Steel to deliver higher quality models and projects.

Structural Fabrication

May the (Steel) Force be with You

On-Demand Available

While Advance Steel wasn’t used by the evil empire to detail the Death Star’s Quadanium steel, it is used by many today to connect detailing to fabrication workflows through BIM.

Join the Autodesk Structures team and guest host David Weaver for a live webcast on May 4th (also known as Star Wars Day). During this webcast, Steve and Dave will discuss how steel fabricators are adapting their business strategies to remain relevant in today’s dynamic construction industry. Consequently, companies are entering new business areas and adopting new technologies and work processes to be more efficient and agile.

May 4