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  • Exercise 7
  • Exercise 8
  • Exercise 9
  • Exercise 10
  • Exercise 11
  • Exercise 12

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The World’s Leading 3-D Structural Steel Detailing System

The StruCad Training Guide

A Synopsis of
a Typical StruCad Training Course

Main Subject

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Source of Information

Overview of the System

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Introduction by the Training Staff

StruCad Environment

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StruCad Reference Manual, Chapter 1

CAD Environment

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StruCad Reference Manual, Chapter 1

Basic CAD Work -

Exercises 1 to 3

Processing the Model

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StruCad Reference Manual, Chapter 1

CAD & Connection Macros -

Demonstration and Exercise 4

Interactive Work

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Exercises 5 to 7

Modify Portal Frame

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Exercise 8

Advanced Interactive Work -

Exercises 9 to 12

Checking Facilities

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StruCad Reference Manual

Backing Up

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Demonstration

Producing Information -

Demonstrations and StruCad Reference Manual

Drawing Production System -

StruCad Reference Manual, Chapters 1 and 4

Printing and Plotting

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StruCad Reference Manual, Chapter 1

2D Drawing

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Demonstrations and 2D Drawing Ref Manual

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The StruCad Training Guide

CONTENTS

Overview

Introducing a Typical Training Course

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Summary and Checklist of the Basic StruCad Activities

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STRUCAD TRAINING COURSE
WORKING EXERCISES

Exercise 1 ............................... Basic Cad Principles

Exercise 2 ............................... Beam and Column Structure

Exercise 3 ............................... Portal Frame Structure

Exercise 4 ............................... Macro Connections -
Principles and Examples

Exercise 5 ............................... Interactively Reposition CHS Eaves Tie

Exercise 6 ............................... Interactive Base Plate

Exercise 7 .............................. Connection to Toes of Supporting Beam

Exercise 8 ............................... Portal Frame Including Lattice and Hips

Exercise 9 ............................... Interactive Double Angle Cleat

Exercise 10 ............................... Interactive Sloping Connections

Exercise 11 ............................... Interactive Haunch Connection -

Utilising Dummy Members

Exercise 12 ............................... Interactive Eaves Bracket Connection

Appendix A1.............................. Locations and Lists of Commands

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STRUCAD TRAINING COURSE

Overview

Introduction

In general, StruCad training can take any number of forms, and this Training Manual
will guide you during your particular training process.
Many of the procedures and activities will be demonstrated to you as your training
proceeds, but all the basic user information on how to use StruCad and its CAD
environment is also explained in the StruCad Reference Manual, Chapter 1 and in
the On-line HELP. For guidance as to how best to use these, see Supplement 1 to
the Reference Manual, leaflet U1.
The Training Course consists of a number of worked exercises, which teach you
how to use StruCad to carry out all the detailing activities that you need complete a
normal contract.
The Training Course will teach you the basics of StruCad, and by the end of the
course you will know enough about StruCad to input almost any type of structure.
You may not think so, but it is just a case of applying the principles and techniques
that you have learned to different situations. It is extremely important that you inform
the Trainer if you do not understand anything whilst on the course
, so that you
can go over the activity or exercise again until you do understand it. Finally, do not
be scared of StruCad - it is a program, which, if used correctly as a tool in your
office, will provide great benefits to your company.
If there is time at the end of your course, you may be introduced to some of
StruCad’s more advanced features. Otherwise, special extra training can be
arranged for this.
You cannot break the program; at the very worst you will input something wrong
which can easily be re-done or corrected - so be adventurous, try things and, if
you have spare time, look at commands that are new and explore the programme.
You will learn more about the StruCad System by experimenting for yourselves and,
as you will soon realise, you will learn more about StruCad in the first few weeks
after the course than you actually do on the course!!

Introducing a typical StruCad Training Course

General

The object of the two-week training course is to give the user a basic understanding
of the concepts of StruCad and to get you up and running. You will learn more in the
next couple of weeks when you are working on your own once you have been on the
course. You may find that we cannot fit everything in to the days available; if this
happens we would suggest dropping some of the more advanced things such as
expressions and software customisation. We concentrate on the basics and
everything else will follow as the trainees get more confident with the system.

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First Week
Day 1

There are two main objectives on day one - the first is to get you used to using the
software and the hardware, i.e. getting used to the menu systems and the 3-button
mouse. The second is to get used to the basic CAD system principles, i.e. wireframe
construction, snapping to points, layers and levels etc.
Construction of a simple portal framed building allows us to cover all the principles of
the system. You must look at all Grid/Level commands and explain the difference
between Layers and Levels. The member command must be looked at, as well as
the member attributes, which are applicable at this stage, grade, rotation etc.
Your portal frame will allow us to explain the ToS principles using columns and
rafters, and also the importance of rotating your columns. Eaves ties allow you to
demonstrate local offsets and the reasons for keeping members symmetrical around
the building. Rafter bracing should allow you to cover ToS and rotation (see Hints
and Tips Leaflet U10 here), as well as construction tools such as align, setbrace and
eccent. Other construction commands to look at are COPY, MCOPY, OFFSET,
TRIM, EXTEND, ARRAY etc.
Apply basic end types to your wireframe using ENDTYPE and EDMEM - standard
StruCad macros will do at this stage. This will allow you to start looking at the 3D
model using LOADJOINT and VIEWMOD. Produce example drawings, fabrication
and fitting details, layouts and a 3D view. You can also produce some sample
Material Lists to show exactly what StruCad is capable of.
Other things to cover on the first day are view manipulation using layers and levels,
VIEW, DVIEW, PORTS, ON/OFF etc. You can also look at the different labels
available as these are fairly straightforward.

Day 1/2

Day 1 may run into Day 2, depending on how quickly the trainees pick the system up
- this is no problem as you will go over Day 1 lessons again and again during the
week. Day 2 involves creating local endtype macros such as RBP, GEP, FEP to start
with, and then moving on to HMEP, AMEP and GPB or the American macros; don’t
spend too much time on these though.
Add some 2D and 3D assemblies in to your model, cover disassembling and re-
assembling them, copy and move the assemblies to show you act as one ‘unit’.
Produce assembly drawings and material lists again, and look at the information
StruCad gives them. Add some user attributes to your model, phase the building and
then produce drawings with phases on and material lists by user attribute.
You will briefly cover different types of structures, hips, curves etc. Don’t worry about
the connections it is more important at this stage that you can input any structure
given. If you have time today you will look at inputting part of a typical contract
already detailed. This will allow you to gauge how much has been picked up on the
wireframe construction, layers, levels etc. Make sure at this stage that everything
covered so far has been fully understood. Emphasis will be placed on the importance
of creating models accurately, and how much easier you can make things by
assigning layers correctly.

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Day 2/3

A full day of interactive work, covering every modelling command available in the
wireframe environment You will create a basic end plate connection (beam-to-
beam); this covers shortening, cutting, welds, bolts and PUTLIBS, all of which will be
repeated time and time again during the course of the day. Show what happens if
you use this PUTLIB on different beam sizes. Cover a sloping beam end plate
connection to a column, showing why you use ROTMEM and not CUT or
INTERSECT. Do a double angle cleat connection, define the cleats off the web faces
and apply the connection to the A and the B end of the member and observe the
differences. Re-do the same connection again this time defining the cleats off the
end face of the member and have a look at the connection on the A and B ends
again.
Do a connection involving ‘shopping’ a plate or cleat to another member and check
plate ownership using SLIST and HIFIT. Note the fact that it is the ‘shop another’ that
actually makes the plate appear on another member’s shop detail and not welding it
to another member. We will also talk about site fittings and the difference between
field current, field another and field free, and what that ownership means to fitting,
fabrication and arrangement drawings. Member orientation codes and how they
affect ownership of fittings will be explained.
Briefly look at a simple expression, a beam-to- column flange. Shorten the beam to
the flange with clearance for an end plate, then add an end plate sized using
expressions and position it using expressions. Apply to different sized members and
explain the benefits of using expressions.
Make sure the principles of cutting are fully understood, and look at the different
options for cutting (see Hints and Tips Leaflet U8).

Day 4/5

Re-cap everything covered so far; anything not fully understood should be talked
about and demonstrated again. Look at the issuing procedure, REMARK, ISSUE,
AUTOFAB, AUTOASS, DOITALL, etc. Show WCAD and RCAD as a way of breaking
a large contract up into smaller models so more than one user can work on one
contract. Model management should be covered, using issuing models and working
models and the benefits of this method.
Production of drawings and layouts should also be looked at again, showing how to
nest 3 or 4 views onto one GA. After producing a number of drawings, look at
plotting single drawings, batch plotting, nesting, drawing registers and how to sort
drawings into different categories for plotting such as phase, format or issue date in
the drawing environment.

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The Instructor will talk about the information we need from a support point of view,
i.e. the error messages brought up on screen. Get StruCad to fail a connection
macro and observe where you find the actual joint and the real error message rather
than the general note at the end of the update. The importance of ringing for
assistance if you encounter a problem such as the wire frame disappearing or the
machine crashing in the middle of an update will be explained. It is critical if
something like this happens that you don’t update your model if parts of the
wireframe have disappeared. We can rebuild the model from back-up files or
directories within the model as long as you don’t do anything with it.

Second Week
Day 1

Re-cap briefly the whole of week one, making sure that anything not fully understood
is reviewed until it is clear.
Now you will get started on a real job, where you are actually starting to work on your
own initiative and make decisions for yourself regarding the construction of your
model. This job should be typical of the type of contract you will be expected to do in
your particular company. The details and information for this contract will be supplied
by yourself, and can be either an old contract or a ‘live’ contract, which you will
continue with on your return to work.
The object of carrying out this ‘Company specific’ exercise is so you can be more
easily guided as to how StruCad can be adapted to your specific needs.

Day 2/3

Continue working on ‘contract’ with help and guidance from your trainer, making sure
as far as possible, that you cover any specific difficulties, which you may encounter
in your typical use of StruCad.
Towards the end of day 3 you will finish work on the ‘contract’ and learn how to add
attributes to your wireframe. These attributes define things such as phasing of
models, paint finish, special notes etc. You will then create fabrication drawings,
material lists and erection drawings and protect your model from changes by the use
of the ‘issue’ command and ‘transmark’. The whole issuing procedure will be
covered.

Day 4

Re-cap again, go through every command briefly in the wireframe, interactive and
2D environments, even the ones that you never use.
In the 2D environment, you will learn how to add dimensions to automatically
produced drawings, look at creating a 2D drawing from scratch, importing the
drawing border and then inputting sections and text on to the drawing. Look at
creating new drawing borders (Leaflet P9) and the format of the drawings, i.e. the
base drawing being made up of three parts, the base spf file, the ctl file and the
actual detail itself (Leaflet U1). Hidden blocks in the drawing sheets, fabrication
details and general arrangements and the different blocks in each will be explained.

Day 5

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The final day of this course will be devoted to reviewing the whole course and
dealing with any areas, which may need further explanation.

Further Training

Once a detailer is more experienced in using the StruCad System, it may be useful
for them to have some additional training in the more advanced features of StruCad.
Please contact your local distributor or support office for information about what is
available, or to give details of the particular aspect or skills that you require additional
training on.

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Summary and Checklist of the Basic StruCad Activities

This list of the basic activities also indicates where information on them may be
found:

An Overview of the System

Introduction by the Training Staff

StruCad Environment

The StruCad Users Guide and Demonstrations

• Starting StruCad
• Creating a Contract
• Screen Layout
• Mouse Button Functions
• F1 Pad

CAD Environment

The StruCad Users Guide and Demonstrations

• Selecting Points
• Selecting Members
• Grouping Entities
• Transparent Commands
• Viewing Commands
• Selecting Commands
• Entering Distances

Basic CAD Principles

Demonstration and Exercise 1

• Create Grid Lines
• Create Levels
• Create Lines on Levels
• Add Vertical, Triangular and Other Lines

Beam And Column Structure

Exercise 2

• Create Grid Lines and Levels
• Create Primary Members on 1st Floor
• Add Secondary Members
• Copy Primary Members to 2nd Floor
• Add Columns (up to 1st and 2nd Floors)
• Add Offsets to Primary Members
• Create Construction Lines
• Automatically Add Offsets
• Add Top of Steel Flag to Sloping Members
• Add Side of Steel Flag to Angle Members

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Portal Frame Structure

Exercise 3

• Create Grid Lines and Levels
• Add Eaves Ties, Portal Columns and Rafters
• Adding Purlins to 1st Bay
• Adding Roof Bracing to Last Bay
• Adding Gable Posts to Grid Lines 8 and 1
• Add Portal Bracing Columns

Processing Model Information

Demonstration and StruCad Users Guide

• UPDATE and MODMEM
• MODEL
• MERGE
• View the Solid Model

Macro Connections

Demonstrations and Exercise 4

• Rectangular Base Plates (rbp endtype)
• METSEC Purlin / Rail to Steel Connections (mspr connection)
• Rafter at Eaves Haunch (hmep endtype connection)
• Rafter at Apex (amep endtype connection)
• Roof Gusset Plate Bracing (gpb connection)
• Flexible End Plates with Load (fep endtype)
• Eaves Tie General End Plate (gep connection)

Interactive Work

Demonstrations and Exercises 5,6 and 7

INTERACTIVE EAVES TIES

• Enter Loadjnt and Determine Position of Eaves Tie
• Copy Graphics to New Position
• Measure
• Edit Members and Add Offsets

INTERACTIVE BASE PLATE

• Select the Joint
• Add a Base Plate and Bolts
• Add Stiffener Plates and Welds
• Shorten the Column
• Save Interactive Work
• Exit from the Interactive Environment

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INTERACTIVE CONNECTION

• Input Members and Update
• Select Joint
• Shorten the Member
• Add, Edit and Reposition the End Plates across the Toes
• Add Top Flange and Web Stiffeners
• Add Bolts
• Check Plate Ownership
• Save Work and Exit
• Update

Modify Portal Frame Structure

Exercise 8

• Create New Model by WCAD of Model from Exercise 3
• Erase Redundant Members
• Add Hip Rafters
• Trim Purlins
• Add Lattice Members
• Create Assemblies
• Apply Camber to Lattice
• Apply End Connections and Update

More Interactive Work

Exercises 9,10,11 and 12

INTERACTIVE DOUBLE ANGLE CLEAT
• Create New Model
• Input Members and Update
• Loadjoint
• Shorten the Member
• Measure and Cut the Notch
• Add the First Angle Cleat
• Copy and Re-position the Second Cleat
• Add the Bolts
• Save Interactive Work and Exit
• Apply End Types and Update
INTERACTIVE SLOPING CONNECTIONS
• Input Sloping Member
• Loadjoint
• Manipulate Beam End Parallel to the Face of the Column (2 ways not to do it)
• Rotate Beam End Parallel to the Face of the Column
• Add End Plate and Bolts
• Save Interactive Work and Exit
• Repeat For The Sloping Connection to the Underside of the Floor Beam
• Apply End Types and Update

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INTERACTIVE HAUNCH CONNECTION
• Loadjoint
• Bisect Rafter Member Ends
• Save Interactive Work and Exit
• Add Dummy Member
• Add End Types to Rafter and Update
• Create Haunch
• Cut the Haunch
• Save InteractiveWork and Exit
• Copy Dummy Member
• Create 2D Assemblies
• Update
INTERACTIVE BRACKET
• Loadjoint
• Shorten and Cut Beam
• Save Interactive Work and Exit
• Create Similar Connection for Single Eaves Beam Connection
• Save Interactive Work and Exit
• Add End Types to Beams and Update
• Determine Size of Bracket
• Create UB Stub and Welds
• Create End Plate and Welds
• Create Bolts
• Save Interactive Work and Exit
• Update
• Check the Connection by Producing Drawings
• Re-create Bolts
• Save Interactive Work and Exit (Modmem is done automatically on Exit)

Checking Facilities

Demonstrations

• Dimensionally Check Grids / Main Wireframe Information
• Label Information on Screen
• Produce Dimensioned / Labelled GAs
• Highlight Macro Design Errors
• Print/View the Calculation Sheets
• Check for Member Ends with no Connections
• Check for Duplicate Members
• Visually Check Model / Check Distances
• Periodically Produce Details
• Run Clash Facility

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Backing Up

Demonstration

Producing Information

Demonstrations and Users Guides

• Calculation Sheets
• Fabrication Drawings
• Fitting Drawings
• Template Drawings
• General Arrangement Drawings
• Hidden Line Views
• Material Lists

Drawing System

StruCad Users Guide and Demonstration

Printing and Plotting

StruCad Users Guide and Demonstration

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