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Thank you to our 3,000 followers on LinkedIn
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We have recently reached 3,000 followers on our LinkedIn page. Many thanks to everyone who follows us, likes our posts and shares our content. We appreciate your support and enjoy engaging with you!
MasterSeries 2022 is here!
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Download your full FREE MasterSeries 2022 trial now and discover all the new enhancements today!
Launch Webinar of MasterSeries 2022
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Watch the recording of the Launch Webinar to see what is new in MasterSeries 2022.
Retirement Best Wishes to a MasterSeries Legend
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After 40 years in Engineering, 33 of them with MasterSeries, our Sales Manager Tommy White is retiring on the 31st of March 2022.
Introduction to PowerPad: The Complete Structural Design Solution for Engineers [WEBINAR RECORDING]
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Watch our Webinar and learn what PowerPad is and how it can increase your efficiency and boost your productivity through a real building project.
2021 MasterSeries Year in Review
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We’ve put together a quick look at our 2021 at MasterSeries and wanted to share some of the highlights with you.
How to design masonry walls with openings and wind posts? [WEBINAR RECORDING]
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Watch the recording of our latest Webinar and learn how MasterSeries Masonry Design can increase your efficiency and help you to deliver complex and economical building solutions.
Holiday Closures
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MasterSeries Offices will close on Friday the 24th December at 1:00 pm, and reopen on Tuesday the 4th of January 2022.
Steel connections optimisation in minutes [WEBINAR RECORDING]
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Watch the recording of our latest Webinar and find out how to quickly create and automatically optimise your steel connections in seconds.
Hints & Tricks Webinar Part 2 – How to model and analyse buildings using Finite Elements [WEBINAR RECORDING]
Posted on in MasterFrame
Finite Element Analysis is an extremely useful tool for modelling structures that are too complex for regular beam element analytical solutions. However, finite elements raises many questions both in modelling and analysis.