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Better yet, AISC provides a free download of their AISC Search Utility V13.0H that has all the shapes listed from AISC ASD 5 thru 9, LRFD 1, 2, 3, the current AISC 13, and even includes an HISTORIC section.  I have it load on my machine and use it all the time.  Try the following web address:

Thomas Hunt, S.E.

"Joseph R. Grill" <jrgrill(--nospam--at)>
10/09/2007 06:35 AM
Please respond to seaint
Steel Shapes Booklet

Somewhere in my archives (boxes in the garage) I have a small maybe 6x8 booklet, maybe 30 pages, that was put out by Bethlehem Steel many years ago.  It contained all the steel shapes, section properties and detailing dimensions.  It was very handy for steel drawings and detailing instead of using the AISC manual.  That booklet is probably 25 years old if not older and I could probably still find it, but, I was wondering if there is anything out there up to date with the new steel sizes and shapes, dimensions etc.  Does AISC put out anything like that?  If anyone out there can tell me where I can find one that is up to date, I would appreciate it.
Joe Grill
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