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- From: "Kavsak, Paul M." <KavsakPM(--nospam--at)westinghouse.com>
- Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2011 12:32:01 -0500
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What are you currently using for general steel connection/framing/erecting drawings/designs.
A colleague of mine is interested in SDS/2 as a standalone; and also as connected software with REVIT. He is hoping that it would help speed up our production of stairs, grating handrails as well as standard AISC steel connections/details.
Currently our approach is to use GT STRUDL and/or ANSYS for our industrial type (i.e. nuclear industry) designs followed by modeling in Inventor which we then export to AutoCAD for drawing creation.
If you have any recommendations or experience I would greatly appreciate your input.
Thanks in advance, you may respond to the list or myself directly at kavsakpm(--nospam--at)westinghouse.com.
Paul M. Kavsak, P.E.
Westinghouse Electric Company, LLC
Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 16066.
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