Colour, size, type and paper settings of the texts belonging to the column-beam joint cross-section are arranged.
Specifications - Colors
Sets the color of the steel line. When the color box is clicked, the appropriate color is selected from the window that opens.
Sets the color of the object ID. When the color box is clicked, the appropriate color is selected from the window that opens.
Sets the color of the object body. When the color box is clicked, the appropriate color is selected from the window that opens.
Specifications - Heights
The font of the texts is selected.
As well as selecting the standard paper sizes, any paper width value can also be entered.
Standard paper sizes can also be selected, and any paper size value can be entered.
In what scale the expansions will be drawn, that value is entered.
Standard paper sizes
Standard paper sizes are listed. The layout size can be selected from the list, as well as the layout dimensions can be determined by entering the width and height values.
It is determined whether the layout will be used horizontally or vertically.
Generate layouts in single window
By selecting the option, layouts are created in a single window.
Distance between layouts
The distance between the layouts to be created side by side is entered.
The distance of the layout border from the axis border to the left side is entered.
The distance from the axis border to the right side of the layout border is entered.
Enter the distance from the axis border to the top side of the layout border.
The distance from the axis border to the bottom side of the paper border is entered.
You can choose the border color from the color palette that appears on the screen when you click it. If clicked together with the Shift key, the pen thickness of the relevant color can be adjusted. The pen thickness value entered here is used only in inkjet printers.
You can choose the color of the text written under the paper from the color palette that appears when you click it. If clicked together with the Shift key, the pen thickness of the relevant color can be adjusted. The pen thickness value entered here is only used in inkjet printers.
Draw steel bar ids
If checked, the pose numbers of the rebars are shown in the drawings. If not checked, it will not be displayed.
Draw steel lengths
If marked, the total length of the slab rebar along with the length of each bend in the formwork plan is written on the rebar. If not marked, only the total length of the rebar is written on the rebar.
Arrange blocks by name
In the expansions, the objects are marked if they want to be placed according to the element names while placing the layout on the layout. If not marked, the expansions are placed according to the principle of the most economical use of the layout. The name is ignored. Names can be mixed. Object names; For example, if beam is mentioned, they are names such as K101, K104 etc. The expansion is beam opening, foundation opening, rib opening, etc.
Draw slab loads
When the option is selected, the story loads in the story ceiling plan are shown in the formwork plan.
Bend straight reinforcement in foundation details
If marked, the flat reinforcement is drawn in the foundation opening by bending it into the beam on the non-continuous support. If unchecked, the straight reinforcement is left uncurled on the non-continuous support.
Generate according to moment 0 point
It is marked on the beams if it is desired to draw the piles by breaking according to the vertical calculation moment zero point. If not marked, the break point of the piles is 30 cm from the support or half the height of the beam.
Anchorage length is 1/4
If it is checked, 1/4 and lb of the adjacent span is calculated, the mounting and piles are extended to the adjacent opening, whichever is greater. If unchecked it is only extended by 1b. (lb rebar lock length. For Lb calculation, see TS500.)
Enable drawing organizer
If it is checked, the program automatically shifts some text to remove the confusion in the drawings.
It prepares the drawings of all stories in one go.
Min. distance between blocks
Minimum horizontal distance between blocks is entered. The block is each opening itself, with its rebars, sections and dimensioning.
Distance between lines
Minimum vertical distance between blocks is entered. The block is each opening itself, with its rebars, sections and dimensioning.
Max. height difference of blocks in a line
The maximum height difference of each block in the row (vertical direction) is entered. If the difference between the height of the block to be placed and the height of the previously placed block is smaller than the value entered on this line, the layout is made. If it is large, no settlement is made. It is left to the next row. The block is each opening itself, with its rebars, sections and dimensioning.