StruSoft have published various Wiki websites to help give you more knowledge about our main software programs.
There you can find all kinds of information which is much more in depth including software module explainers, workflows, theories, the latest release news and updates.
There are 4 x separate websites available for the following software: FEM-Design; IMPACT; PRE-Stress and WIN-Statik.
Each is organised around the modules within the software, with a navigation menu on the left hand side. There is also a search bar at the top of each page to make it easy for you to find what you are looking for.
You can also find more in depth details about the software license options, minimum/recommended hardware/software, installation details for both Client computers and Server options.
Please go to each of the individual websites by clicking on their tabs below.
Can’t find what you are looking for on the Wiki?
If you can’t find the information you are looking for then you can also contact our Support Team and speak to us directly for help by clicking here.
Fast and easy section capacities in Grasshopper with the new FEM-Design component
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Steel connection design powered by IDEA StatiCa and FEM-Design
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Efficient Precast Detailing for the Manegen Residential Building with Kritter and IMPACT
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