23 May

Doing some cool stuff with JavaScript in Bluebeam (Part 2)

In part 1 we added a single line of JavaScript, it was basic. But hopefully that single line of JavaScript provided some inspiration on how you could make other stamps you might create dynamic, and less specific.

In this post we’ll do another example, but this time I’ll show you how to use some data input by the user when you place a stamp to do some calculations using JavaScript.

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04 May

Drawing Reinforcement in Excel…Really (Part 3)

In Part 2 we covered the functions for creating coordinates for accurately representing shear reinforcement (stirrups and links) using an XY scatter chart in Excel.

In this third and final part, we’ll cover the functions for outputting the minimum lengths of stirrups or links. As mentioned in the first part in this series, estimating the total length of bars and hence weights can be a tedious boring process. These functions take out boring bits, but it’s still not ‘exciting’.

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