The grid points can be caught when entering the model data. Thus, a fast and accurate way of working is possible.
Under Tools → Work Plane, Grid/Snap, Object Snap, Guidelines, you can make settings for the grid, among other things. For example, you can configure the number of grid points, the spacing of grid points, the rotation and the distance of the snap.
It is also possible to automatically adjust the grid to the model size. This feature is very useful: the manual readjustment of the grid size is not necessary since the grid automatically grows with the model size.
- I cannot manage to correctly import the cross-section from a dxf file into the SHAPE‑THIN program, the imported cross-section is in a wrong plane. What can I do?
- The installation of a Dlubal Software program is not possible due to the following message: "Program unsafe, protection by Microsoft Defender SmartScreen." How can I install the program?
- I get the following message when starting all installed Dlubal programs (also when running as administrator): "The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0150002)." What can I do?
- In SHAPE‑THIN, I get the error message saying that the material library cannot be opened. I have reinstalled the program and integrated the material library of another computer, but without any success. What should I do?
- The calculation of a file runs smoothly for my colleagues, but I get the message "Calculation stopped" for the same file. What should I do?
- When starting the Dlubal Software programs, the error message "Server is busy" appears. My colleagues do not experience this problem. I have already tried to reinstall. What should I do?
- How can I change the design of the program interface?
- What is the difference between the dongle drivers of CRANEWAY and RFEM or RSTAB?
- Are the models and presentations from Info Day 2017 freely available, and can you send them to me?
- Is it possible to use a cross-section from SHAPE‑THIN 9 in older versions of RFEM or RSTAB?
Structural engineering software for finite element analysis (FEA) of planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, members (beams), solids and contact elements
The structural engineering software for design of frame, beam and truss structures, performing linear and nonlinear calculations of internal forces, deformations, and support reactions