How to control your Stair Grating defaults in Advance Steel

How to control your Stair Grating defaults in Advance Steel

Autodesk Advance Steel contains features which support the design of a range of complex stair structures. However, getting to grips with all of these features can prove tricky for new users.

This is where our expert video guide to Stair Grating Defaults comes in handy; it takes you through the process of setting up your defaults for stairs within Advance Steel, so you can take your first step towards creating top of the range designs.

Amongst other things, this video will show you how to convert your defaults measurements to US Imperial units, or whichever works best for your team.

As well as this, John takes you through a range of tips and tricks, such as how to get the correct tread size for you, and how to use nuts and bolts in your design.

Importantly, the video tells you how to save your new configurations, so you can get on with your projects with the settings that suit you best.

To find out more about related software, visit our Advance Steel 2017 page, or if you have further questions, just give us a call.

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