Exports an IFC file describing the model with achitectural objects (walls, slabs, columns, beams). IFC files can be imported in ArchiCAD, AutoDesk ADT, Revit, Nemetscheck Allplan, Tekla-Xsteel and other architectural programs. If the Architectural model option is selected only architectural objects will be exported. If Static model is selected, finite element meshes, loads, load cases, load groups and load combinations will be included in the IFC file. Dynamic, influence line or moving loads will be excluded.
Saves the geometry of the model to a DXF file format for use in other CAD programs. The geometry is saved with actual dimensions, in a Modelname.DXF file. Selecting this menu command will bring up the Export DXF dialog box, that lets you specify the units of measurement in the exported file. Three different formats are available for DXF output.
- AutoCAD 2000 DXF file,
- AutoCAD R12 DXF file,
- AutoCAD reinforcement design file.
Two different file formats are available:
Tekla (TS) Structures ASCII file (*.asc) Saves the geometry of the model into a file format that is recognized by Tekla Structures. The file includes the coordinates of i and j-end nodes, the cross-sectional properties and the reference point of truss and beam elements.
Tekla (TS) DSTV file (*.stp) Saves the data of the truss and beam elements (endpoints, material, cross section, reference) as a standard DSTV file. This file format is supported by several steel designer CAD software.
Saves the geometry of the model into a file format that is recognized by the Bocad software. The file includes the coordinates of i and j-end nodes, the cross-sectional properties and the reference point of truss and beam elements.
For StatikPlan AxisVM exports a DXF file including the contour of the reinforced concrete plate, the calculated reinforcements as isolines and the result legends on different layers.
Generates a *.pia interface file for PianoCA. It includes the data, supports, loads and the calculated results of the selected beam elements.
Creates a DXF file to use in CADWork reinforcement detailing software. Only selected domains will be exported. As CADWork works in 2D, selected domains must be in the same plane. Each domain in the DXF file is transformed to a local X-Y coordinate system, Z coordinate represents the calculated amount of reinforcement.
Exports reinforcement of all active domains into separate files (filename_001.asf…) which can be later imported to Nemetschek Allplan in batch mode (at once). Due to import limitations of Allplan, domains are transformed to XY or XZ plane whichever plane is closer to the exported domain. Only reinforcement of domains are exported, results of individually defined surface elements will be ignored. Three reinforcement values are exported for triangular mesh elements and four values for quadrangles. Select Move To Origin to move exported domains to the origin (outline polygon node closest to the origin will be justified to the origin). Select what type of reinforcement to export: required (calculated), actual (applied) or the maximum of both.
Saves the model in SDNF (Steel Detailing Neutral Format) file readable by steel detailing products (Advance Steel, SDS/2, Tekla Structures, PDMS).
Saves the model in AxisVM Viewer format (*.axv).
The following groups of elements can be exported: the entire structure, displayed parts or selected elements. To select export options similar to those of the Copy options click the Settings button of the Export dialog.