Without the correct type of help, the use of Tekla can a difficult skill to master. If you would like assistance with Customization, Custom Components, development of projects, or even the carrying out of main projects, drop me an “e” mail on jpark8@btinternet.com

Stringers model in Tekla.htm and stair stuff

Tekla,advanced,topics

Tekla Structures hints and tips working in drawings.htm

tekla_structures_hints_&_tips.htm

TEKLA_MODEL_SCREENSHOTS_3.htm

 cad_tips.htm this is also useful as I use cad all the time instead of the sketch editor

Tekla Components my Standard connections.htm

Hi John, I've been reading through your website and your posts on xsteeler.net over the last couple of weeks. As a Strucad user switching to Tekla I've been looking for all the help I can find! I just wanted to send you this email to say t...hanks for all the information on your website. As you well know, it's hard to get recognition for your work in this business, so I just want you to know that your website is a credit to you. Keep up the good work Regards,

Garry O'Mahony
Steel Detailer
Typical Stair Folded treads are best done by drawing out section on CAD insert wblock set name ie tread? and destination.