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How to create a new model and upload new data to Konstru

Using any software for the first time can be a bit overwhelming, so we want to make sure it’s very simple to get started using Konstru. The first step you’ll want to take after signing up for Konstru is to create a new project and upload a new BIM model into Konstru. The video below […]
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WEBINAR: The Konstru Beta User Program

We launched Konstru (beta) on Monday January 16. In the 5 weeks since launch, more than 200 structural engineers have signed up for the Konstru Beta Program. Our plugins for Tekla, Excel, RAM, SAP2000, ETABS, Grasshopper, and Revit have been downloaded hundreds of times, and dozens of projects have been created and updated. To all […]
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How to Compare Two BIM Models in Konstru

One of the primary values of Konstru is 3D BIM model version control. Every change that you upload to a model is expressed as a new version of that model in Konstru. Whether you upload the change from Revit, Tekla, or Microsoft Excel, the result is the same: your model gets updates with a new […]
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Konstru Beta v1.1 release

Today we have released version 1.1 beta of our web app and desktop plugin software. This release is our first new release since opening the free Konstru beta program on January 16th. Thank you to all our new users for your questions, feedback, suggestions, and bug reporting. We will continue to post all our product […]
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How to use the Konstru 3D BIM Visualization Engine

One of the advantages of BIM is the ability to view any model in 3D. However, the real power of BIM lies in accessing the underlying information. Introducing the Konstru Visualization Engine Konstru allows you to view the entire version history of your BIM model. You can see all changes to your model, including the elements added […]
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The End of Manual BIM Data Transfer is Here

Almost all medium and large structural engineering firms use BIM tools in their practice. Engineers use a variety of analysis programs to calculate beam sizes, column sizes, slab thicknesses, forces, and connections. Someone must enter that data into the drawing production software. Moving data from analysis models to production models is time consuming, error prone, […]
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Konstru: 3D BIM interoperability for structural engineers

Today, we introduce Konstru, a web-based version control and interoperability software for 3D BIM models for structural engineers. Click here to join the limited user program. We created Konstru because, as engineers, we didn’t want to keep building models in different software packages over and over again and continue to get lost in different file versions. Below is […]
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