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Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 18.09.2006 19:20

Hmmm... now I see that it is random if the program remembers the double shoulders or not - many of the was ok. But now I am checking the walls once again - and at least in one case the shoulders on the one beam were gone.

Maybe I should do what you say - to avoid the problems coming back when I send the project for production.
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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 18.09.2006 19:42

How should I explode it? Should I stand on the last shoulder and explode, or should I mark all shoulders and explode or should I explode shoulders one by one?

@Dietrichs: This is really something that need a solution - if there are not other ways that works.
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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 18.09.2006 19:51

I also posted this problem in the german beta forum.
The logic of the program is to connect 1 post to 1 beam and automatically recognize, when one of them is moved; then the connection will also move. What we are trying here is too difficult for this logic, because it should work with 3 beams, but that is not (yet) programmed.
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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 18.09.2006 20:11

So they should program it, he, he... Very Happy The next question could be: Would it be possible to receive same result with another type of connection? I tried end lap joint, but I am not sure if it works.

You see at this picture how beatiful it is... Wink
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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 18.09.2006 21:26

The strange thing is that it worked in some walls and stayed ok, and in other walls it did not work and stayed not ok. So now I have done the explode thing in the walls where it was not ok.

A simple solution how to select both double beams would be to make it possible to select items in the section view at the right side of the wall!
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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 18.09.2006 21:48

Hi Thorvald,

in the actual Beta_6 it is no longer possible to create 2 beam connections with 1 end of a post. Creating one is o.k., when connecting the second, then the first one is deleted immediately by the program. And that is the way the program usually works.
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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 19.09.2006 14:35

So what you are really saying is that in the future I cannot do this kind of structure!????? Confused Not even with the explode method??

I really wonder why Dietrich will go a step back in stead of going two steps forward! Am I the only person in the world who would like to make this kind of beams over doors and windows?? I think that solution is common?

I don't like that Software limits my solutions and force me to do other solutions!!

Well what you are saying is that I have to think about other solutions for future projects Brick wall One way could be a box - see picture. Hmmm strange - I thought that anything would be possible with Dietrichs! Crying or Very sad
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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 21.09.2006 23:16

Well I have found other examples of where a 1 post to two beams shoulder connection would be usefull - so to me this debate is not finished. I would still like it to be possible in a better way than today.
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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 22.09.2006 04:16

Hi Thorvald,

In Dicam use MOS Set 6-2 to select the wall or floor you want to work on.

If the beams have been extented (cut) to the correct length use the Notch function 3-8-4 and you can create as many notches as you need.
With D-CAM you are able to do almost anything.
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Re: Shoulder connection posts to two beams - problem!?

Post Posted: 22.09.2006 14:16

Maybe almost anything is possible in D-cam - but it is not easy, and it is not what I would like. Wall design is such a nice program, very easy to use - so I would like these things to be possible in wall design, without the need of using MOS, exploding etc. Very Happy
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