Qnect has added to its portfolio of connections new capabilities to optimize top and bottom plate moment connections, as well as deck support steel in 3D models. “The latest release from Qnect adds to its functionality, offering more types of connections it can calculate and model,” says Erleen Hatfield, a customer and managing partner of Hatfield Group
[September 2018] Qnect, the steel industry's leading connection design
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The intersection of innovation and construction sometimes seems like an awkward marriage; however, when I attended Engineering News-Record’s ENR FutureTech conference in San Francisco I walked away with inspiration and excitement for all the places where the industry is making that marriage work.
NISD’s 50th Conference provided a diverse set of speakers and topics. I could not possibly include all of my notes in this post but I will include three spotlights of discussion that stood out.
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