Dicad Systeme GmbH

Optimized structural design with Strakon 2013

With Strakon 2013, Dicad Sys­teme GmbH of Cologne, Germany, presents a new version of its structural design, formwork and reinforcement planning software. The numerous new features include functions for rational 2D and 3D planning, optimization of procedures and processes, as well as for collaboration with project participants. The “Adhoc Reinforcement” function, a new automatic dimensioning program, or the “Reinforcement Checker,” for example, speed up the generation of plant, detail and reinforcement drawings.

With the new „3D CubeModeller,“ 3D objects can be more efficiently modeled, a „3D...

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