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  • Advanced Option:

    Advanced settings or configurations that allow for more intricate adjustments.

  • Added Material:

    Additional material applied to a structure's components.

  • Assemblies:

    Collections of structural elements put together to form a larger unit.

  • Auto Connection:

    Automatic creation of connections between structural parts.

  • Auto Default:

    Automatic application of default settings.



  • Base Points:

    Fundamental reference points for measurements and positioning.

  • Beams:

    Horizontal structural elements that carry loads across open spaces.

  • Bent Plates:

    Curved or formed plates used in construction.

  • Bolts:

    Fasteners used to hold structural components together.

    • Bolt Catalog:

      Collection of available bolt types.


  • Catalogs:

    Organized collections of data about materials, profiles, and shapes.

  • Chamfer Edges:

    Beveling or sloping the edges of components.

  • Changing Numbers:

    Reassignment of identification numbers for parts.

  • Checklists:

    Lists of tasks or items to be completed or reviewed.

  • Clash Checking:

    Detection of clashes or interferences between components.

  • Colors:

    Various visual attributes used to represent objects.

  • Columns:

    Vertical load-bearing structural elements.

  • Combining:

    Merging multiple components into a unified element.

  • Component Catalog:

    Database of available building components.

  • Construction Objects:

    Elements used for construction purposes.

  • Copy - Copy Special - Move - Move Special:

    Functions for duplicating or relocating objects.

  • Custom Components:

    Specially designed building elements.

  • Custom Inquiry:

    Personalized data queries.

  • Customizing:

    Personalizing software settings and features.



  • Default Views:

    Predefined perspectives of the model.

  • Diagnose and Repair:

    Identifying and fixing issues within the model.

  • Drawing Log:

    Record of drawings created during the project.

  • DXF Files:

    Drawing Exchange Format files used for sharing drawings.



  • Editing:

    Modifying and altering model components.

  • Export/Import:

    Transferring data to or from external software.



  • File Menu:

    Menu containing various file-related operations.

  • Firm Folders:

    Organizational units within the software.

  • Fit Part End:

    Adjusting the end of a component to fit with another part.

  • Flatbar - Flatprops:

    Properties related to flat steel bars.

  • Footings:

    Structural elements that distribute load to the ground.



  • Grids:

    Structural reference lines used for alignment and measurement.

    • Magnet Grids:

      Attracting components to grid intersections.

    • Modify Grids:

      Altering grid properties.

    • Single Grid Lines:

      Individual grid lines.



  • IFC Files:

    Industry Foundation Classes files used for interoperability.

  • Importing / exporting Survey Points:

    Transferring survey point data.

  • Inventory:

    Stock of materials or components.

  • Items and Shape Catalog:

    Collection of parts and their shapes.



  • Journal Entry:

    Logging project-related information.





  • Layout Manager:

    Tool for organizing layout details.



  • Magnet Grids:

    Grid points that attract model objects.

  • Material:

    Substance used for construction or manufacturing.

  • Measuring in Model:

    Taking measurements within the model.

  • Modeling:

    Creating a digital representation of the structure.

  • Move - Move Special:

    Functions for relocating components.

  • Move Special:

    Advanced relocation options.

  • New View:

    Creating new visual perspectives.

  • Navigating and Settings:

    Moving within the software interface and adjusting settings.

  • NC Files:

    Numeric Control files used in manufacturing.

  • Numbering:

    Assigning unique identification numbers.

    • Changing Numbers:

      Reassigning numbers to parts.

    • Numbering Concepts:

      Principles of assigning numbers.

    • Numbering History:

      Tracking changes in numbering.

    • Numbering Settings:

      Configuring numbering parameters.





  • Objects.INP:

    Object input file.

  • Objects in Components Toggle:

    Enabling or disabling object visibility within components.

  • Options:

    Configurable settings and preferences.

  • Organizer:

    Tool for managing project data.

  • Overlapping Numbering:

    Addressing overlapping numbering of components.



  • Panel:

    Flat structural element used to enclose spaces.

  • Part Cuts:

    Dividing components into sections.

  • Phase Manager:

    Tool for managing project phases.

  • Point Clouds:

    Collection of data points used in 3D modeling.

  • Polygon Cuts:

    Cutting components using polygonal shapes.

  • Polybeams:

    Composite beams formed from multiple beams.

  • Profiles:

    Cross-sectional shapes of components.

  • Project Properties:

    Settings and information related to the project.

  • Purchasing:

    Acquiring materials and components.




  • Reference Models:

    External models used for reference.

  • Ribbons:

    Interface elements containing commands and tools.

  • RFIs:

    Requests for Information used in project communication.



  • Screen Layout:

    Arrangement of interface elements.

  • Section Views:

    Views displaying cross-sections of the model.

  • Selection Filters:

    Criteria for selecting specific objects.

  • Shape:

    Geometric form of components.

  • Side Bar:

    Interface section with various tools.

  • Single Grid Lines:

    Individual grid lines.

  • Slab:

    Flat, horizontal structural element.

  • Spiral:

    Helical structural component.

  • Split and Combine:

    Dividing and merging components.

  • Steel:

    Metal-based structural elements.

  • Surface Treatments:

    Finishing processes for component surfaces.



  • Task List:

    List of tasks to be accomplished.

  • Tekla Online:

    Online resources and support for the software.

  • Template Editor:

    Tool for creating templates.

  • Tekla Powerfab:

    Specific version or module of Tekla software.

  • Transmittals:

    Documentation sent between project parties.

  • Trimble Connect:

    Collaboration platform for construction projects.





  • View List:

    List of available viewpoints.

  • View Planes:

    Reference planes for views.

  • Views:

    Visual representations of the model.

  • Views on Part Planes:

    Perspectives based on part orientations.



  • Work Planes:

    Planes used for reference in modeling.



  • XML Files for Tekla Powerfab:

    Extensible Markup Language files for Tekla Powerfab.




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