Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Spider Pro for Robot Structural Analysis

From the Autodesk App Store:

With Spider Pro you will be able to:
  • Create rigid links for multiple column-slab joints with diverse options
  • Create rigid links for multiple beam-wall joints
  • Create multiple drop panels and connect them to the slab using rigid links
  • Create rigid links along the length of the bar to connect bars to panels or to connect panels with panels
  • Convert selected columns to walls
  • Convert all rigid links in the model to bars with the predefined section
  • Easily modify the length of the selected bars
  • Convert beams to shells with numerous settings
  • Easily modify load contour for selected loads
  • Easily modify the contour of the panel or opening
  • Select panels according to the applied vertical load value. The selection is limited to planar load and uniform planar load on a contour.
  • Switch off automatic panel selection in the contour plane for selected load case
  • Easily create stairs according to the selected rectangular contour. The contour shall have 4 vertices.
  • Easily check the area loads and create colorful load maps  
  • Easily change the start or end node for selected bars
  • Align coordinates for nodes based on the selected node
  • Measure distance between 2 nodes

Note: This app uses a custom installer (and not the standard App Store installer).

Read Help Document

About This Version

Version 1.9, 6/27/2019

What's new in this version:
  • Possibility to correct coordinates of nodes based on the selected node
  • A user can easily check the distance between the selected nodes
  • Bug fixing and improving the usability

Spider Pro is brought to you by Roman Zhelezniak. It's priced at $169.00 US.

This add-in is compatible with Robot Structural Analysis 2020, 2019, 2018, and 2017.

Download from the Autodesk App Store »

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Romanich said...

Hi, one small typo: This add-in is compatible with Robot 2020, 2019, 2018, and 201 (not REVIT!!)

Tim Grimm said...

D'ohh! Thanks for the catch! We've updated the post.