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Steel-in-steel - Dr. J Foerster - 07-11-2014

We are currently developing a steel-in-steel (SIS) module for Ple4Win. Using that module it will be much easier to define and calculate projects containing SIS sections (both normally manufactured and HDD).

We already presented a first implementation on the last "PLE gebruikersdag", and have collected feedback on that presentation plus other feedback from our users.

We are now working on a second, more complete implementation. If you have input for us, such as ideas, requests, wishes, background information, problems you encounter "in the field" etc., please share them here or contact us directly.


RE: Steel-in-steel - shaswin - 30-11-2014

It would be handy if you can release an example project file when the SIS module is released in the next version, because the input can be complicated for the PLE user when used for the first time.


RE: Steel-in-steel - Dr. J Foerster - 01-12-2014

Good point! We will supply a SIS example project when the SIS functionality is ready. Note that the input data might change during development, what you can see in the current release of the program and what we showed during the "PLE gebruikersdag" most likely is not the final way the input data is organized. We will try to make the input as intuitive as possible...


RE: Steel-in-steel - shaswin - 22-04-2016

(01-12-2014, 09:53 AM)Dr. J Foerster Wrote: Good point! We will supply a SIS example project when the SIS functionality is ready. Note that the input data might change during development, what you can see in the current release of the program and what we showed during the "PLE gebruikersdag" most likely is not the final way the input data is organized. We will try to make the input as intuitive as possible...

A demo is now shown here.