Getting started with Shipconstructor

Discussion in 'Software' started by petlily, Jul 21, 2006.

  1. petlily
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    petlily Junior Member

    My company has just bought a shipconstructor (SC) license recently and I wonder how to get started with it. Eventhough after going through the tutorials, I am not sure where should I begin with. FYI, I have completed a hull form using Autoship and wish to start the detailing of the structure. Can anyone kindly show me the steps in getting this things work?

    Many thanks
  2. Andrew Mason
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    Andrew Mason Senior Member

    You really need to pay for a training course with ShipConstructor, there is a lot to learn, particularly if you are doing piping and HVAC as well as structure.

    If I was you I would start with the structure tutorial and keep going through it until you get the concepts.
  3. ntlong
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    ntlong Junior Member

    now we use the shipcontractor software which includes modulus such as Hull, Structure, Nest, CNC, Assembly, Pinjin, piping, Equipment, HVAC... Besides, we also use the autoship software.If you show interest in us, we are willing to co-operate with you.It'll be very advantageous for you to co-operate with us because we have better labor source and cheaper cost price than other countries.We hope that our co-operation will be successful.we look forward to hearing from you regards,
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