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The program available from Clark is not a full version of the program.  It is limited to calculating spans etc with standard shapes and proprietary Clark shapes, but will not save, calc section prop's and all the other bells and whistles.
Paul Feather
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Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 2:06 PM
Subject: Clark Steel / Devco AISIWIN Software Question

I posted a link to what I believed was a freeware cold-form steel program AISIWIN by Devco Software. The software is available from the Clark Steel Site. When I visited the Devco site, the software was available for $195.00. Does anyone have any information about the relationship between Clark Steel and Devco as the database provided is the "Metal Stud Mfg's Assoc. (MSMA), Unimast and Dale/Incor as well as the geometry information from the national SSMA nomenclature."  The user can create personal databases or modify sections in the AISIWIN library.
I've written to Clark Steel to notifiy them of the link to my discussion forum but have not received a response yet.
Any additional information to offer????
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