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Webinar On-Demand: How your precast production benefits from constructible models

This Tekla webinar showcases the benefits of the model-based approach in precast production processes. We will cover advanced workflows for production planning, integrating with automated production systems, model-guided support for assembly and logistics planning. Also, we touch on new ways of collaboration throughout the project from design to site.

Host: Tiina Lehtinen, Trimble Marketing Manager
Speaker: Thorsten Hertel, Trimble Product Manager

Watch the video to learn about:

  • how the model-based workflow is essential for more efficient processes
  • how shared information speeds up project timelines
  • how production drawings can be transformed into visual working instructions
  • more efficient production management and interoperability
  • better ways of communication and collaboration

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