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Martijn Wingelaar

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  1. Hello Mike. I've got the same with your drawing. But I've inserted some structural elements and a truss and ..... tata.... That works. Maybe it's the house rigging points tool. Personally i don't use those. Cause if you add a "house rigging point to a knot" on a beam. You get the knot loads but it won't calculate the load on the beam "Structural Member". If you use the click inserting mode it will work by the way. But not on a inserted truss. It won't snap. Greetings Martijn. Insert Bridle-quicktime.mov
  2. Hello Peter. Sorry for the late respons. Check this post i've posted a while ago. Greetings Martijn.
  3. Hello Mike. You probably need to change the Bridle Preferences. I use the Apex Height setting most of the time. But the problem with the tool is it works the wrong way around. Don't add a hoist. Add the truss and then create the bridle. In the truss a red square/diamond will appear click. And the bridle will be created. Choose replace down leg with hoist from the object info pallet. And that's it. The thing is that all your choices in the Preferences menu are the choices you don't want to use. But we don't have a choice. Hope this helps greetz Martijn.
  4. Hello Justin. I use the hinge that way but I liked the wrapper couse it made the angle adjustment easy. I hope there is a solution with a Braceworks symbol.
  5. Hello all. BenV posted a cool node last year. He made a swivel CB. Now I took his idea to use it with a truss bookcorner I've had a job last week where I needed it with braceworks. The only problem is that the symbol is on in an angle but with the node I can adjust it I only don't get it working with a braceworks truss symbol. Does anyone knows if that's possible and how? Greetings Martijn Bookcorner example.vwx
  6. Hello Scott Good question but... The eye-bolts are connected to a structural member "beam" I've been drawing a lot of structural members to speed up my bridle drawings. But it turns out that my drawings are becoming really slow. And it takes a lot of time for VW to process all the data. And the member is divided in to parts which means the bridle tool will snap diagonal instead of horizontal. Greetings Martijn
  7. Hello all. BenV posted a cool node last year. He made a swivel CB. Now I took his idea to use it with a truss bookcorner I've had a job last week where I needed it with braceworks. The only problem is that the symbol is on in an angle but with the node I can adjust it I only don't get it working with a braceworks truss symbol. Does anyone knows if that's possible and how? Greetings Martijn Bookcorner example.vwx
  8. Guys why don’t you make your own symbols? Just edit the stockbridle file I’ve posted mine a while ago and updated it for my personal use a lot after that (beamclamps, basketsteels,all length i use....) take a look and edit the stock file
  9. Hallo Forum users. Does anyone know why i can't calculate this small cantalever? Weight wise should it not be a problem. Any idea's? Greetings Martijn. Braceworks error.vwx
  10. @ Moritz and all other users. Again. A bad Tool. So what if I want to create a 3 leg bridle and all the hanging points are at a different height? Like in a spaceframe with an extra level? "Image 1". Leg 1 at 11m, Leg 2 at 15m, Leg 3 at 19m. This happens a lot weight wise. Now in the tool I have to give a trim height that's for all the legs. This is the wrong way around. Snap to a House Rigging Point or Structural Member. Set this as trim height. Some more things I think are strange. 1: Bridle leg angle. How can you choose the max angle? What's the max angle? 120 degrees? Why if I want to make it 130 with a load of 500Kg I get an equal load of 590.31Kg in both legs. If I use 1t steel then what?? 2: Bridle leg length. How can you choose the leg length before you've created the Bridle? Metric you can choose steels with a 25cm interval. Leg 1 should always be the shortest. And "you prefer this one without a S.T.A.C or Chainclutch". What does not work in the Bridle Configuration. The creator of the tool is thinking the wrong way. Is not a Rigger and got the advice from the wrong people. There are some good examples of how it should work. 1: http://www.vectorbridle.com/ a vectorworks plugin 2: http://bridlecalculator.com/ a AutoCAD and Bricscad plug-in
  11. Can someone draw a round tube as a 2019 structural member for me. I need a 300mm roundtube thickness doesn’t matter with a length of 5305mm. I wanna use it in braceworks but i can’t draw it in spotlight. I think you need Designer for that Greetings Martijn
  12. Hello Sebastiaan. I've started so redo all the steel length and chains. I'll add my file. I'm still working on it now I only got metric length. And I also discovered that you can only snap to a hoist hook with a 3 lag bridle. And leg one should always be the shortest without a chain or S.T.E.C. Greetings Martijn. Stock Bridle.vwx

 

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