Create assembly of individual bridles. Calculate internal forces between the legs and attachment points of the bridles. Get in-depth information about hook height and clearance to beams in order to make the right decisions.
Calculate the load distribution applied to the venue. Simply tap on a beam or a secondary to view the total load on that beam.
Create a sortable intelligent markout list, ready to chalk out. Points inline are automatically visually grouped together to minimize errors while chalking out. Small tolerances (e.g. from lazy snapping in CAD software) are automatically filtered out.
Automatically count points and calculate the steel count of the entire setup including wires, chains, shackles, master links, and even burlaps.
To import a show from your favorite CAD software, Hyperlay uses a standard CSV-file. To exchange a show between two units, Hyperlay uses an internal file format.
Please have a look at the Tutorials section where the import process is explained in detail. To make it easy, we also provide a set of motor symbols as a block for Autocad and a template for the Vectorworks Hoist-tool.
Save your show's point list as a CSV-file. This can be done directly from CAD software like AutoCad and Vectorworks or from a spreadsheet like Excel or Numbers. Once the file is ready, transfer it to the iPhone (via email or cloud services like Dropbox, iCloud or Google Drive) and then import it into Hyperlay, from within the app itself or by tapping on the file in Mail.
It is possible to build simple venues inside the app using the bay builder. Please have a look in the video tutorials to find detailed information on that.
If the venue is more complex, we would be more than happy to integrate it in Hyperlay. To get your venue added to Hyperlay, please email us the following documents:
1- Plan view.
2- Cross section.
3- Longitudinal section.
And a detail that describes the shapes and the sizes of the beams. This can just be text. The drawings can be pdf with dimensions or preferable some CAD format like dwg or vwx.
To make the initial automated calculation as close to what you normally will do, we also need to know the preferred length of baskets. Information about how an even bridle normally would look like, is also helpfull.
All units are supported. Units can be mixed to tailor the user's needs. The imported CSV pointlist file has to be either with mm or feet/inch as unit for the coordinates. Hyperlay can display the calculated results in any unit or combination of units.
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