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GRAITEC Advance PowerPack for Advance Steel 2016

 

Bièvres, France, November 2015 – GRAITEC, international BIM and CAD software developer for AEC and all round structural industry specialist, is delighted to deliver even more tools in the latest version of the Advance PowerPack for Autodesk® Advance Steel 2016. 

The new version of GRAITEC’s Advance PowerPack for Autodesk® Advance Steel includes a wealth of functionality and productivity tools to ensure customers achieve a true competitive advantage when using Autodesk® Advance Steel 2016.

The latest version, which is in addition to all previous tools, introduces several new connections, tools for setting out complex helical stair stringers, links with cloud services and a suite of commands for transforming Advance Steel drawings into AutoCAD compatible versions, whilst retaining intelligent scaled and editable dimensions.

Summary of new tools include:

GRAITEC customers receive the PowerPack for Advance Steel as a complimentary addition to their Autodesk® Advance Steel subscription and service contract, or it is available to purchase separately from GRAITEC or one of our global partners.

Download a free trial from the GRAITEC website

Carl Spalding, GRAITEC Product Strategy Director comments: “Initially the PowerPack was a way for us to deliver additional tools and unique value to customers. The rapid adoption by users around the world and the incredibly positive response has been very impressive. Each version introduces more tools, more automation, and more functionality enabling customers to boost their output and improve quality. It is encouraging to see how the tools we provide can make such a massive difference and it is no wonder the PowerPack is quickly becoming the must-have tool of a busy and competitive design office.”

 

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