3D Reinforcement Presentation and Bending Positions

Are your drawings bloated for no obvious reason? When you insert a block, is there a long list of blocks that aren’t in the drawing? Ditto for layers?

Oversized drawings load more slowly, take up more storage space, and take longer to save.

Then you need the PURGE command!

Yes, you want slim drawings

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3D Reinforcement is presenting the need of the steel and how it should be installed for better stability and strength of the final element. Reinforced concrete is perhaps the most widely used modern building material. An “artificial stone” is actually the concrete, obtained by mixing cement, sand, and aggregates with water. When it’s fresh the concrete can be molded almost in any shape, giving it an inherent advantage over other materials.

3D Reinforcement Bendings Presentation

Reinforcement in concrete may be simple bar or series of bars, bend to a given schedule which is known as bar schedule and tied according to the reinforcement drawings with stirrups.  The normal diameters of bars used at this
site are 6, 10,12,13,16, 25 and 32 millimeters. The images bellow are presenting the way it looks like.


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