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MultiREBAR Video Tutor

Contents Page

0. Getting Started

0.1. Quick Tour of the MultiREBAR Video Tutor

0.2. Is MultiSUITE Loading?...

0.3. MultiSUITE Preferences

0.4. Drawing Setup - Advantages

0.5. Arranging Toolbars
0.6. Why use Template: Multi.dwt
0.7. What is MultiDRAFT?
0.8. Resetting the system to its default status

1. Tutorial One: Simple Beam

45:00
1.1. Drawing Setup  
1.2. Outlines  
1.3. Cover Offsets, Lap Lengths, Curtailment  
1.4. Member Titles  
1.5. Drawing Bars  
1.6. Use AutoCAD to Copy Bars  
1.7. Section Member and Draw Links  
1.8. Completing and Plotting the Schedule  
2. Tutorial Two: Editing Bars 30:00
2.1. Using the Member Library  
2.2. Using Stretch Member  
2.3. Using View Bar Command  
2.4. Editing the Bar Diameter  
2.5. Checking the Bar  
2.6. Editing the Bar Quantity  
3. Tutorial Three: User Shapes 16:00
3.1. Defining a User Shape  
3.2. Creating the Outline and Cover Offsets  
3.3. Placing Shape on Drawing  
4. Tutorial Four: Varying Bars 10:00
4.1. Creating Outlines  
4.2. Creating Non-Linear Varying Bar Ranges  
4.3. Creating Varying Bar Ranges  
4.4. Guidance on Boundaries  
5. Tutorial Five: Slab 23:00
5.1. Drawing Setup and Adding Library Outline  
5.2. Creating Cover Offsets, Laps and Curtailment  
5.3. Ranging Bars  
5.4. Mirroring Bars  
5.5. Forming Hole Trimmer Bars  
6. Tutorial Six: MultiREBAR Objects 60:00
6.1. Concrete Lines  
6.2. Covers and Cover Snap  
6.3. Member Title and Member ID  
6.4. Bar Marking Systems  
6.5. True Views and Next Views of Bars  
6.6. Bar Sections  
6.7. Leader Lines 1  
6.8. Leader Lines 2  
6.9. Range and Multiple Range Markers  
6.10. Link Markers and Multiple Link Markers  
6.11. Ref Marks and Ref with Leader  
6.12. Ticks and Tags  
7. Tutorial Seven: Draw Bar Methods 40:00
7.1. Pick Points and Recall Methods  
7.2. From Dimensions and Special Bars  
7.3. Forming Bars from AutoCAD Objects  
7.4. Label Bar and Next View  
7.5. Bar Line Method  
7.6.Special Layering for T1, T2, etc. Bars  
7.7. Detailing Mesh  
7.8. Standard Bars with Fixed Radius Bends  
  7.9. SC 99 Bars with Fixed Radius Bends  
  7.10. Circular Link  
  7.11. Drawing Chair Bar as SC 99  
8. Tutorial Eight: Creating Scale Details 30:00
  8.1. Model Space Method  
 

____8.1.1. Initial Drawing Setup / Adding Scale Areas

 
 

____8.1.2. Changing the Scale of a Detail

 
 

____8.1.3. Using Clip Scale for Clipping Out Details

 
 

____8.1.4. Additional Scaling Commands

 
  8.2. Paper Space Method  
 

____8.2.1. Initial Paper Space Setup

 
 

____8.2.2. The Paperspace Manager

 
9. Tutorial Nine: Editing Commands and Techniques 30:00
  9.1. The Edit Menu  
 

____9.1.1. Edit Bar and Stretch Bar Commands

 
 

____9.1.2. Stretch Member and Edit Quantity

 
 

____9.1.3. Edit Spacing on Bar Section Ranges

 
 

____9.1.4. Change and Rename Bar Mark

 
  9.2. Editing Varying Bars and Changing Spacing  
  9.3. Changing Fixed leg dimension for Varying Bar  
  9.4. Editing Geometry of Shape Code 99 Bars  
10. Tutorial Ten: Scheduling Commands 20:00
  10.1. Editing Schedule Lines  
  10.2. Editing the Schedule Header  
  10.3. Schedule Revisions  
  10.4. Deleting Unwanted Schedules  
  10.5. Showing Total Weights of Reinforcement  
  10.6. Schedule Numbering 01 or "1 of "6  
  10.7. Displaying the Free or Runout Dimensions  
  10.8. Schedule Positioning  
11. Tutorial Eleven: Advanced Features 25:00
  11.1. Copy Member and Mirror Member  
  11.2. Copy between Drawings using Member Library  
  11.3. Audit Command and Built-in Error Checking  
  11.4. Managing Stock Lengths  
  11.5. Using BS4466 Redundant Shape Codes  
12. Tutorial Twelve: Detailing Common Structural Eelements 123:00
  12.1. Staircase Detailing  
 

____12.1.1. Setting out Geometry with Stair Parametric

 
 

____12.1.2. Adding Landing Starters

 
 

____12.1.3. Adding Cranked Bars

 
 

____12.1.4. Adding Flight Stairs

 
  12.2. Column Detailing  
 

____12.2.1. Column Stage 1

 
 

____12.2.2. Column Stage 2

 
  12.3. Detailing a Basement: Example drawing  
  12.4. Flat Slab: Example drawing  
  12.5. Ground Beam Example: Detailing on Plan  
  12.6. Corbel Detail Type "A"  
 

____12.6.1. Placing Main Bars

 
 

____12.6.2. Placing Links

 
 

____12.6.3. Completing Details

 
  12.7. Corbel Detail Type "B"  
 

____12.7.1. Placing Shape Code 99 and Main Links

 
 

____12.7.2 Placing Secondary Links

 
 

____12.7.3 Completing Sectional View

 
  12.8. Circular Tank Detailing  
 

____12.8.1 Circular Tank Introduction

 
 

____12.8.2 Circular Tank: Fanned Bars

 
 

____12.8.3 Circular Tank: Radial Bars

 
 

____12.8.4 Circular Tank: Sections

 
13. Tutorial Thirteen: Importing Design Data 18:00
  13.1. Importing from Analysis / Design Software  
  13.2. Converting Bar Placement Drawings  
14. Tutorial Fourteen: Exporting Schedule Data 10:00
  14.1 Exporting to Excel  
  14.2 Exporting to Industry Standard File Formats  
15. Tutorial Fifteen: Configuring MultiREBAR 96:00
  15.1 Drawing Borders :Quick Methods  
 

____15.1.1. Modifying the Default Border and Titles

 
 

____15.1.2. Substituting your own Border

 
  15.2. Drawing Borders :Advanced Methods  
 

____15.2.1. Modifying Default Title Block fields

 
 

____15.2.2. Using Multiple Drawing Border Styles

 
 

____15.2.3. Using the XREF feature

 
  15.3. Switching Off Auto Drawing Setup  
  15.4. Customising the Bar Bending Schedule  
 

____15.4.1. Introduction

 
 

____15.4.2. Customising the Schedule Header

 
 

____15.4.3. Customising the Schedule Lines

 
 

____15.4.4. Examples of Customised Schedules

 
  15.5 Using MultiREBAR Configurations  
  15.6 Modifying Pop Lists:Label Suffix example  
  15.7 Configuring Justification Offsets  
  15.8 Switching Standards/Design Codes  
  15.9 Customising Bar Label Styles and Updating  
  15.10 Modifying Dimension Styles  
  15.11 Modifying Text Styles  
  15.12 Modifying Default MultiSUITE Layers  
  15.13 Plotting and Pen Widths  
  15.14 Local or Network Installation  
 

 

 

 

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