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Tributary areas of irregularly spaced columns supporting organically shaped floors

Did you know that Tribby3d can calculate tributary areas of irregularly spaced columns supporting organically shaped floors as well? Check out the screenshots from a recent project analyzed using Tribby3d! Sign up for the free beta

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Tribby3d 0.20 release with new visibility feature

Today Tribby3d 0.20 was released, which includes a feature that has been long overdue – the ability to toggle visibility of element types! Head over to tribby3d.com and give the new version a spin ๐Ÿ’ซ Sign up for the free beta

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Typical Building Configurator in Tribby3d

Demo of the soon-to-be-released typical building configurator feature in Tribby3d! ๐Ÿ—๏ธ Adjust the parameters for a structure parametrically and get the cumulative element load within seconds ๐Ÿ’ฅ Sign up for the free beta

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Calculating tributary areas of irregular column layouts can be tricky

Calculating tributary areas of irregular column/wall layouts can be tricky and very time consuming. Luckily, the tool Tribby3d can do this automatically in a matter of milliseconds! Sign up for the free beta today at tribby3d.com and give it a try.

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Parametric building designer in Tribby3d

Been busy working on a parametric building configurator for the upcoming multi-story release. Really exciting! Do you have experience with parametric design? If so, please reach out! If youโ€™re interested in testing out Tribby3d to automate column load calculation, donโ€™t hesitate to sign up for the free beta version at https://tribby3d.com/sign-up

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Bugfix of zoom functionality in Tribby3d 0.19 ๐Ÿ› ๏ธ

Bugfix ๐Ÿ› ๏ธ๐Ÿ› ๏ธ Some users have reported that the analysis breakdown labels in the viewport are hard to read when modeling smaller structures, because they overlap. In Tribby3d 0.19, which was released just now ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€ all labels resizes depending on the zoom level, making sure they never overlap and can always be easily read by zooming […]

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Analyze tributary areas of multiple separated floors in Tribby3d 0.18!

Tribby3d 0.18 was just released! ๐Ÿš€ This update brings some exciting improvements to the application. For instance, the ability to analyze tributary areas of multiple separated floors as shown in the picture. Read more about the release on the Release Notes page: https://tribby3d.com/product-release-notes If youโ€™re interested in testing out Tribby3d to automate column load calculation, […]

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Cloud based engineering software and why they are superior

Cloud based engineering software is a phenomenon that has evolved massively over the last decades. Nowadays, as we are living in a digital age, the internet plays a vital role in our daily lives. We can easily access our information and deliver our information because of the advancement of this technology. These advancements have also […]

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Equations in Tribby3d

At least two of those equations are used behind the scenes in Tribby3d. Can you guess which ones? ๐Ÿ’ก If youโ€™re interested in testing out Tribby3d to automate column load calculation, donโ€™t hesitate to sign up for the free beta version at https://tribby3d.com/sign-up

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Tribby3d 0.16 with improved error reporting

Olรก amigos! Today Tribby 0.16 was released ๐Ÿš€ Based on user feedback, this version includes some improvements with error reporting. As you can see in the video, editing models with analysis results is no longer possible. From now on, the model has to be “unlocked” before further modeling can be done. Hope you like it! […]