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Stephanie Hoerndler

MSF11090-L: Customizing Lists with BOM-Editor in Advance Steel

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to use ready-to-use templates in combination with queries and groups
  • Learn how to create your own standard templates with customized layout and parameters
  • Learn how to use formulas and barcodes within the BOM editor

Description

Description

In this class you will learn how bills of materials are customized to suit your company specific standards, how to connect the Project Explorer with lists, and how to format the output in regards to units, bar codes, formulas, and so on.

Target Audience

Target Audience

CAD managers and advanced users with CAD management responsibilities

Speakers

Speakers

Stephanie Hoerndler

Stephanie Hoerndler is a technical specialist for Advance Steel software at Autodesk, Inc. Previously she worked in a construction office as a steel detailer, and then she worked at GRAITIC GmbH as an application engineer for Advance Steel software. Stephanie attended HTWK Leipzig University, Germany, and she is a building engineer. Stephanie is based in Munich, Germany.

Udo Haedicke

After receiving his structural engineer diploma, Udo Haedicke worked for 9 years in a design office with several CAD and design software, and he started in 2008 as a technical sales specialist in GRAITEC Ltd. for Advance Steel software. Over the years he was promoted to become the Technical Sales Team lead in Germany and the local product manager for Advance Steel software. In 2013 he came with the acquisition of Advance Steel software to Autodesk, Inc., as a product / product line manager responsible for Advance Steel software and structural steel content for Revit software.

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Published

  • 2015
  • MSF11090-L
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Advance Steel

Industry

  • Architecture, Engineering and Construction

Topics

  • Building Fabrication