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Structural 3D Modeling- Key Factor in Structural Industry


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Structural 3D Modeling is used to make exact representation of three dimensional objects by using software. The technology is become an essential part of structural industry. It allows viewing the particular structure with 360 degree on computer and work as a live template of proposed structure. 3D models are providing specific information so it helps to save precious time and money for organization.

In the past time it was difficult to understand about high rise building structure. Accuracy and seamless integration was not sure. But in modern time after launching the 3D modeling technique engineers assure maximum accuracy and seamless integration. Now a day’s structural industry widely using 3D modeling services for commercial and Residential building designs, industrial structures like factory, refineries, chemical plants, special structures, modular structures and institutional structures.

3D Modeling helps to find specific volumes of component and that allows builders or contractors to understand about how much material and component will be needed. The technology has its own advantages described as below and that increased its importance:

• It gives 99.99% accuracy for 3D Models that helps to prevent remodeling

• It is computerized so easy to maintain

• Latest technologies of it allows you to beat your competitors

• It provides latest 3D models as per International Standards

• Lot of variations and creativity allow to imagine in different ways

3D modeling is also helpful for making structural 3D exterior views, 3D interior view with dimensional specifications, Landscape structural design models and structural equation modeling. It is not only providing error free models but provides better alternatives to achieve maximum outputs.

Shop drawing can be defined as pictorial representation of building components used in construction. Elevation Dimensions and Measurements are important aspects of shop drawings.

Shop Drawing has various types described as below:

  • 2D Shop Drawings
  • 2D Columns Shop Drawings
  • Structural Steel Shop Drawings
  • 2D Cabinets Shop Drawings
  • Fabrication Shop Drawings

Fabrication drawings are made after review of design drawings and specifications. Structural steel fabrication drawings include anchor setting plan, bill of materials, field and shop bolt summary and connection details.

So due to the many purposes it is widely used by structural engineers and that offer maximum productivity in structural business. Several ideas and assets for any structures can be maintained by structural 3D modeling.

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