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  • Heiko Graf (2014)

    What’s New in Advance Steel 2015 and Revit Structure 2015?

    • Advance Steel
    • Revit for structural engineers
  • Philippe Bonneau (2013)

    Introducing Advance Steel: A Tool for Structural Detailing and Fabrication

    • Revit for Structural Engineers, Revit Products

    Key Learning

    • Explain how Advance Steel is compatible with Revit® Structure software
    • Show how automatic connections speed up the 3D modeling phase
    • Take full advantage of ready-to-use templates to get shop and general arrangement drawings
    • Provide CNC files to workshop machines and BOMs to site workers
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  • Key Learning

    • Understand the benefits of using model-based exchange over file-based exchange
    • Understand how fabricators can utilize model-based information to organize and track steel fabrication
    • Discover the IFC specification for Steel Fabrication and how and why it was developed
    • Understand the importance of having a digital representation of the capabilities of a fabricator workshop
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  • Scott Diaz (2015)

    Scan to Fab: Extracting Value from Point Clouds

    • Advance Steel
    • AutoCAD

    Key Learning

    • Properly manage laser scan projects from scanner to design product
    • Identify the benefits of reality capture throughout various building and structural design trades prefabrication
    • Examine both native and 3rd party design tools for streamlining “reality to value” workflows
    • Understand current workflow pains and gaps between point clouds and design deliverables
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  • Key Learning

    • Learn best practices for building modeling and design integration
    • Discover what we learned on 2 major projects
    • Discover how the new technologies simplify understanding of complex projects
    • Discover cost savings realized by optimizing the design
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  • Philippe Bonneau (2016)

    Be Connected with Steel Connections

    • Advance Steel
    • Revit
    • Revit Structure

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to place fully parametric steel connections on structural sections in the Revit environment
    • Learn how to synchronize not just the structure, but also steel connections between Revit and Advance Steel
    • Learn how to create shop drawings and NC files for fabrication, and erection drawings for installation
    • Learn how to communicate your project containing steel connections more effectively with others
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  • Key Learning

    • Learn how to use Revit as the central model in a structural BIM workflow for steel and concrete
    • Discover tools that enable round-trip project sharing and synchronization
    • Learn how to rapidly develop detail for reinforcement and steel connections
    • Explore a working Design-to-Fabrication workflow
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  • Key Learning

    • Learn how rebar shop drawings can be created within Revit, and discover the new tools for rebar modeling and annotation
    • See families and workflows that enable precast-concrete fabricators to create erection and piece drawings in Revit
    • Learn how to create concrete-lift drawings in Revit to enhance coordination and improve field productivity
    • Discover new steel connection tools in Revit 2017—and learn how to create steel shops in Revit and Advance Steel
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  • Key Learning

    • Learn how rebar shops drawings can be created within Revit, and discover the new tools for rebar modeling and annotation
    • See families and workflows that enable precast-concrete fabricators to create erection and piece drawings in Revit
    • Learn how to create concrete-lift drawings in Revit to enhance coordination and improve field productivity
    • Discover new steel connection tools in Revit 2017—and learn how to create steel shops in Revit and Advance Steel
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  • Key Learning

    • Learn how BIM can be used to bridge the information gap between design and construction for a typical project
    • Learn what types of construction services can be readily offered by entities acting as the link between design and construction
    • Learn how design data can be utilized to start construction activities earlier than in a typical design-bid-build process
    • Learn what the advantages and disadvantages of such BIM-based delivery are to common project participants
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