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Thread: 3D Scaffold drawings

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    I've always had the feeling that Revit would be one of those programs that looks simple enough on first glance but to get any real advantages from it was going to be a steep learning curve. I'm working my way through making the Tedds calculation templates suitable for scaffold. That's time consuming enough, getting any level of proficiency with Revit would probably do me in!

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    Thanks IDH,
    Wow that's a big investment!!! Best of luck with it :-)
    Hearing this doesn't push me any closer to the edge of the 'Revit cliff' ...... still procrastinating!!!! :-)

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    I hear you Nick!!
    I spent most of my 30 day Revit trial watching the online videos. Training is a must if you're going that route I reckon.

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    i have accross this link and found it interesting - i am working on my own application to provide 3D/2D designs and calculations i would be interested to hear your feedback on what you would like to see - the tekla sounds interesting being able to import and export etc - further more can i ask what information needs to be in the calculations submitted to any client - there does not seem to be any generic layout for certain types of designs. I know the calculations are to prove to adequacy of the scaffold but given the TG20 says its there should be allowances for horizontal movement of a certain percentage etc - are standard structural calculations acceptable ?

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