3D Structural & BIM Software
Integration in Autodesk AutoCAD
AutoCAD by Autodesk is one of the most commonly used CAD programs. The following overview describes the option of data exchange between RFEM/RSTAB and AutoCAD using the direct interface.
Lines can be imported as lines (RFEM) or as members. The names of layers are transferred as cross-section descriptions and the first material is assigned from the predefined materials. However, if the program recognizes a material or cross-section listed in the Dlubal database according to the layer name, these will be transferred as well.
Members are exported from RFEM/RSTAB as lines. The line layers include information concerning the cross-sections and materials used in the program. In addition to the entire model including FE mesh, it is possible to export the numbering managed in the navigator.
Another exchange option is to transfer the RFEM/RSTAB results as isolines in a DXF file. For this, you can directly select various elements such as isolines, FE mesh, values, and more.