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AGACAD has created new software for Revit to export multi-layered frames of wooden walls and floors to automated panel production lines. From now on, modelled house frames can be moved from Revit to large CAD/CAM production lines, which can automatically assemble all framing members in predefined ways.
New software allows to predefine different operations and their rules for every station of production line, including sawing, drilling, trimming, and marking operations for every frame member, directly from Revit. Software exports multi-layered timber frame model and all previously predefined operations from Revit to WUP standard files, which helps users to control all processes in production line.
On this occasion, we are hosting a 45-min WEBINAR. Reserve your seat now!
|DATE||Live on Thursday, July 7, 2016
BIM Wood Framing Models & Automated CAD/CAM Production Lines
||There will be two sessions held - please choose the time that suits you best!
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM CDT (USA Time) Check your local time and register here
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM CEST (EUROPE Time) Check your local time and register here
Renata Jociene, Lead BIM Application Engineer & Certified Autodesk Revit Professional
Mrs. Renata Jociene is going to participate in both sessions.
Hansbert Ott, CEO of WEINMANN Holzbausystemtechnik GmbH
Mr Hansbert Ott is going to participate in 10 AM (USA Time) webinar session. Mrs. Renata Jočiene will be presenting all CNC Exporter possibilities in another session.
■ Frame even complex multilayer walls with varied supporting structure, openings, complex L or T connections, etc. ■ Auto-distribute nailers, siding and fastenings ■ Create all log house elements and group/number them automatically ■ Distribute details on studs and plates ■ Automate sheathing layouts ■ Link framing/wall types, preset bearing/non-bearing ■ Quickly align studs or openings that are crippled with trusses or other frames, and much more.
■ Create detailed multilayer timber framing for irregular floor shapes including openings ■ Easily configure wooden floor framing members including battens and flooring ■ Distribute details on bridgings, blockings, joists, and rim joists ■ Automate sheathing layouts ■ Link framing/floor types, preset bearing/non-bearing ■ Align frames across segments, between floors/walls and much more.
New application for Autodesk® Revit®
CNC Exporter WEINMANN is a separate software created by AGACAD for wooden wall and floor multi-layered frame export to automated panel production lines. It can automatically assemble all framing members in predefined ways and send all necessary data for flexible manufacturing of timber houses to CAD/CAM production line.
The webinar will be held twice on the scheduled date to cater for different time zones. Registration is required.
There will be two sessions held – please choose the time that suits you best.
|Session 1||Session 2|
|AMERICA - AFRICA - EUROPE||EUROPE – AFRICA - ASIA - AUSTRALIA – NEW ZEALAND|
Thu, July 7, 2016
10 AM, CST / GMT-05, Central Time of the USA and Canada
4 PM, BST, Dublin, London
5 PM, CEST, Amsterdam, Berlin, Stockholm
5 PM, SAST Johannesburg
Thu, July 7, 2016
10 AM, CEST / GMT+02, Amsterdam, Stockholm
9 AM, BST, Dublin, London
10 AM, SAST Johannesbur
3 PM, ICT Bangkok
6 PM, AEST / GMT+10, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Don't forget to check your local time!
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