Putting Together Calc Packages – There’s a Better Way
Putting together professional Engineering Reports can be a real pain. For some clients 20%-30% of their time can be spent in preparing and updating project related documentation. Worst, the process is error prone. Forget to update a design change and your reputation or license may be on the line.
In this free webinar, we’ll introduce you to SCIA Engineer’s Engineering Report, a stand-alone application that is the perfect hub for laying out and managing design information from multiple software programs into a single document. The Engineering Report makes it easy to display exactly the information you want, how you want. And, because all design data is linked, changes made to the model are automatically reflected in your reports, virtually eliminating manual coordination issues.
- How easy it is to create engineering reports that not only pull in data from the FEA software, but also integrate text from Word, tables from Excel, as well as PDF documents and screenshots from various programs
- About the advantage of, “Active Documentation” technology that automatically updates all report data: tables, graphical results, pictures, etc. as changes happen
- How to collaborate and coordinate using 3D PDF with programs like Bluebeam;
- How a great looking calc package can set your firm apart and give you and edge over the competition
Nathan Bissonnette, P.E. is a Senior Engineer with Frazier Industrial Company, manufacturer of structural steel storage rack systems. Specializing in seismic design, Nathan has applied SCIA Engineer to over one-hundred rack installations since 2012 at Frazier's Engineering Office in Santa Monica, CA
When & Where: Tuesday, August 30, 2016. Time: 1:00pm EDT (10:00am PDT).
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