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Architecture is the triumph of human imagination over materials, methods, and men to put man into possession of his own earth. in order words, architects creates the design in is mind, draws it on a platform to get visuals then uses machine to bring the idea to live. using our software, drawing the solution that fits your requirement can be archived in real time and each time you want to redesign. architect now have control over the qualitative and quantitative side of each design which in turn helps in proper decision making and increases the value added.
This is KennySTRUCT Plug-in for Autodesk Revit. Works for all Revit version from 2020 up till 2023.
This tool aims to bridge the technology gap prevailing in the structural engineering industry of Nigeria and across the world. The vision of KennySTRUCT was concieved on the 5th of April in the year 2020. Although this is the maiden edition and launch of the plug-in, there is still so much to give to the AEC industry and KS Digital Innovations is not stopping here.
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Structural views such as beam, column, and wall elevationsand sections can be automatically generated in one click. There is also afeature to acquire the structural element’s mark to use as the generated viewname. Extra features such as opening the generated view automatically can beleveraged. Crop view extents and offsets can also be automatically adjusted onthe user interface. Quick callouts are multi-purpose and work for all types ofelements in Revit; it helps to batch-create callouts of selected elements in Revit.
With the KennySTRUCT plug-in, Structural Rebar modelling, detailing, and documentation become very easy and fast. You can change the visibility states of rebars in all kinds of views in Revit. This feature is particularly useful during documentation were wanted or un-wanted rebars in a specific view or host element can be hidden or un-hidden by the user; saves you the time hiding or revealing rebars manually
During documentation, rebars can be tagged automatically by the Hide and Tag rebar tool and this works for all types of host elements in Revit including floor slabs, walls, structural columns, beams, staircases, and foundations. It is a very powerful tool because there is an option to set the rebar presentation, rebar tag offset from the host element, multi-rebar tag type, and multi-rebar tag position on each bar. Saves you the stress of manually detailing rebars in Revit.
Tagging Rebars in section is another lifesaver and works for rebars in all host elements in Revit. In section, all rebars are tagged based on the tag type selected. Just awesome.
In floor slabs and walls, rebars can be assigned to layers based on its position in the host element. So, the engineer can set bar position layers such as T1 (Top Layer 1), T2 (Top layer 2), B1 (Bottom layer1), B2 (Bottom layer 2), and so on, as it applies to the host element.
Another interesting feature is the copy rebar tool. Rebar scan be copied from one element to another of the same type or category. This implies that rebars from all kinds of host elements (e.g., Foundations, Columns, Beams, Floor Slab, Stairs, etc.) can be copied to another host of the same category.
In addition, you can select all the rebars in selected host elements. There is also an option to delete rebars in multiple host elements.
Modify structural elements in Revit such as beams in beam systems, allow beam end join, merge colinear beams, split columns and walls by levels, merge floor slabs, auto-join elements etc.
KennySTRUCT contains documentation tools such as batch-creating sheets and adding views to sheets automatically. It also features other documentation tools such as auto-creating datum elements such as grids and levels.
The plug-in extends its viability by including a tool for extracting foundation coordinates for all foundation category elements in Revit.
Pile numbering is another tool that helps to auto-number piles in Revit based on their position. There is an option to set the numbering arrangement or method (for example, numbering piles from left to right and then top to bottom) and also an option to auto-tag the piles based on the selected tag type and tag offset from the pile element.