Tekla Structures for Production Managers
Tekla Structures Solutions and resources for Production Managers.
Level of Detail (LOD)
Planning and ordering materials with incomplete information will result in mistakes in orders. But with a BIM execution plan and LOD, there will be an average of 25% fewer changes in orders.
Organizer Location Categories for Concrete Pours
In this video, we will discuss creating a location breakdown structure using the Organizer Location Categories. This process is applicable for concrete pours and provides users with the ability to rep
Tekla Structures: Tilt-Up Detailing Role for Concrete
This video introduces the new Tilt-Up Role available on the Tekla Warehouse to help you become more efficient for detailing Tilt-Up projects. Topics include Wall Layout tools for modeling panels, cust
Tekla Structures: Phases and Phase Management
This video introduces how to compartmentalize portions of a model utilizing phases via the phase manager. In addition, some tips and tricks are covered on how to apply phases in your own model, as wel
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Tips for Using Tablets in the Shop Part 2
Ricky Horton gives more practical hints and tips for steel fabricators on how to take tablets in use in the shop. The previous blog was about the costs and here he lists the three main benefits.
Production Codes in Tekla EPM
Use Production Codes in Tekla EPM to group similar items in your estimates, and link that information to the project in Production Control.
3 Risks Hurting Your Steel Shop’s Productivity
For steel production to run smoothly, tons of things need to work together in a seamless manner. These are the three main pitfalls in production that can result in lost resources and failed projects.