MasterSeries 2020 introduces a brand new concrete slab design tool that provides an extremely powerful design workflow to interactively identify and resolve any slab failures. Watch the recording of our latest Webinar and get to know the new MasterKey: Concrete Slab Design module.
The launch of MasterSeries 2020 is only weeks away. In case you missed the Preview Webinar, or want to watch it again, here is the recording.
The new CAD layer function of MasterSeries 2020 allows you to import a DXF or DWG drawing as a “snappable” underlay for your 2D drawing
Using the new FE Concrete Slab Design module, you can specify and design concrete slabs together with punching shear as a part of your 3D building design
The MasterSeries 2020 is almost ready and we can’t wait to share with you all the new features and improvements
Posted on in MasterFrameWatch the recording of our latest Webinar and learn how MasterKey: Wind Analysis module makes light work of the complex task of applying wind loading on 3D Buildings
Posted on in Retaining wall
Watch the recording of our latest Webinar and learn how to analyse and design concrete or masonry retaining walls even with a complex loading and layered soil environment to Eurocode 7.
Posted on in MasterFrameWatch the recording of our latest Webinar and learn how to design and detail pile caps with up to 9 piles by integrating directly with the 3D structural model
Posted on in MasonryWatch 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.
An Introduction to PowerPad: The Essential A&D Suite for Small Building Projects [WEBINAR RECORDING]
Posted on in PowerPadSometimes a big 3D structural analysis software package is a little bit too complex or just excessive for the simple, straightforward engineering problems such as low rise buildings and simple beam design. MasterSeries PowerPad bundles together a wide range of essential structural analysis and design capabilities to be able to carry out a small building project from the bottom to the top.