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- Wide range of joint types, for example:
- Bolted connection of diagonals without gusset plate 2D
- Bolted connection of diagonals without gusset plate 3D
- Bolted column joint
- T-, K- and KT-joints considered for connections of diagonals
- Various categories of connections:
- A - shear/hole bearing connection
- B - slip-resistant connection at serviceability limit state
- C - slip-resistant connection at ultimate limit state
- Bolt strength classes of 4.6 - 10.9
- Bolt diameters M12 - M42
- Modifiable bolt spacing
- Visualization of the entire connection in the view window
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