JENSON BUTTON BRIDGE
  • JENSON BUTTON BRIDGE
  • JENSON BUTTON BRIDGE
  • JENSON BUTTON BRIDGE
  • JENSON BUTTON BRIDGE
  • JENSON BUTTON BRIDGE
  • JENSON BUTTON BRIDGE

THE CHALLENGE

Handrail stanchions were drawn as AutoCAD® 3D
models.
· Fittings for the cable stays were supplied by the
manufacturer as IGES models.
· The biggest challenge was the tapered design of the
bridge – full integration with AutoCAD made drawing
relatively straight forward as familiar tools and
processes were employed.

THE SOLUTION

· Handrail stanchions were imported from
AutoCAD® into Advance Steel using the
Advance Steel tool.
· IGES model could be transferred to AutoDesk
Inventor® then to AutoCAD® as an ACIS solid
and finally into Advance Steel as a special part
with much reduced file size.
· Accurate fixing detail could be sent to site
ahead of delivery to keep installation and crane
time to a minimum.

“Learning time is minimal, as all work is in
AutoCAD with familiar tools, and I couldn’t
begin to estimate the production time saved
– 200%, 300% or even 400% increase in
productivity wouldn’t be an over estimation.”
Nial Ball, Project Engineer
Westbury Park Engineering LTD

USERS’ BENEFITS

· Full AutoCAD® compatibility
· Short learning curve
· Production time saved

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