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Toggle between 3D view and plan view in Tribby3d

Toggle between 3D view and plan view for the individual levels! 👀 This feature will simplify modeling and visualization of structural analysis results when working on multi-story buildings in Tribby3d. We’re pretty excited about this one. What do you think – is this a useful feature❓ If you’re interested in testing out Tribby3d to automate […]

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Demo of the “Copy Objects To Level” tool

Demo of the soon to be released “Copy Objects To Level” tool! In models where multiple levels exist, objects can be selected and duplicated to other elevations. This makes modeling of reptitive multi-story buildings a breeze in Tribby3d 🛠️ If you’re interested in testing out Tribby3d to automate column load calculation, don’t hesitate to sign […]

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10 story building modeled entirely in Tribby3d

Finally 3D visualization of walls as well! Here’s a 10 story building modeled entirely in Tribby3d’s own editor environment, ready to be used for load take down analysis 🚀 If you’re interested in testing out Tribby3d to automate column load calculation, don’t hesitate to sign up for the free beta version at https://tribby3d.com/sign-up

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Tribby3d on LinkedIn

Are you on Linkedin? And if so, are you following Tribby3d? We will be sharing longer blog posts and additional learning resources related to structural engineering there. Just search for “Tribby3d” on LinkedIn, or use this link: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tribby3d If you’re interested in testing out Tribby3d to automate column load calculation, don’t hesitate to sign up […]

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Using Voronoi to Estimate Column Tributary Areas

Did you know that column tributary areas can be estimated by drawing perpendiclar lines to the layout’s connectivity diagram? This method is known as #voronoi. Read more in our latest blog post: Irregular Tributary Areas and How To Best Calculate Them Using the voronoi method to estimate column tributary areas If you’re interested in testing […]

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Irregular Tributary Areas and How To Best Calculate Them

This article presents a method for calculating tributary areas of columns in irregular grid layouts with 7 simple steps. Tributary Areas Tributary area is a concept used by engineers to estimate design loads of structural elements subjected to vertical surface loading. The basic idea is to geometrically derive an approximation of how much area each […]

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Tribby3d meets the Ever Given meme

I’m sure no one has missed the news about the cargo ship named ‘Ever Given’ that got stuck in the Suez canal and all the memes and jokes that have been created about it. Well, here’s our take on it 😂 On a serious note, we probably can’t change the entire industry today, but hopefully […]

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Upcoming 3D viewer in Tribby3d

Work in progress on the unreleased 3D viewer in Tribby3d. In your opinion would multi-story load take down capabilities be a useful feature in the app? If you’re interested in testing out Tribby3d to automate column load calculation, don’t hesitate to sign up for the free beta version at https://tribby3d.com/sign-up

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Tribby3d version 0.14 is released!

Tribby3d version 0.14 is now released and live at tribby3d.com! Lots of new exciting features: Added copy objects feature in editor Added move objects feature in editor Significant performance improvements on loading projects Improved wall visibility See the full list of features on the release notes page. More information about this release is soon to […]

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Geometric methods in Tribby3d

The underlying analysis engine in Tribby3d is strictly based on geometric methods as opposed to regular #FEA. What do you think are the pros and cons of this approach? Check out the video below to see how it works: Request early access to Tribby3d here: tribby3d.com/sign-up