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    Quote Originally Posted by alltasker View Post
    It depends on what you want to do. Design or detailing.

    If you just want to "draw" pictures of scaffolding - use AutoCAD.

    If you want to "design" a scaffold which can carry certain specified loads, or to carry out an "analysis" of an existing scaffold to find out its load capacity, you may require a structural analysis package.

    These can vary from cheap/free 2D beam analysis programs to expensive 3D frame analysis FEM software packages.
    Agreed, CAD Smart Scaffolder or AutoCAD package is your best option, depending on exactly what your going to be doing with it, prices vary but you should be able to get advice from CAD themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerryfmarr View Post
    Please revert to the E Guide from NASC. It is going to be the Bible, it launch's in a few weeks


    You must be a scaffolder, sure the word is 'refer'. Good attempt at sounding clever though

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