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Autodesk Advance Steel vs.

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Comparison matrix
Automatic macros for stairs, railings, bracings, ladders, cages
Bent plate of any shape
Tools to convert CAD arcs, polyline and splines to steel members
Quick connections
Quick update of multiple connections linked to master connection
User-defined intelligent steel connections
Verification of steel connections according to EC3 and AISC
Automatic creation of transitions (e.g. square to circle)
Convert splines or polylines to twisted plates
Unfold elongation based on workshop machine
Multi-user mode to speed up the modeling phase

Automatic shop and general arrangement drawings
User rework is kept while updating the drawings
BOM with saw cuts on beam with explicit pictures
Smart user dimensions in drawings
Automatic update of external BOMs and NC files
Integrated revision control with revision clouds on drawings

Advance Steel

Autodesk AutoCAD
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Autodesk Advance Steel vs. Autodesk AutoCAD Structural Detailing

Advance Steel
Interoperability with Autodesk Revit
Interoperability with Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional
Export to KISS and IFC 2x3 file format
Accurately import 3rd party components, adding welds and bolts to them

Automatic creation of CNC DSTV files
CAM files for cold rolled sections
Configurable options for CNC, DSTV, and DXF files
Interoperability with MIS Software
Export to XML for welding robots

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