ArchiFrame User day 22nd of September 2021

ArchiFrame user day webinar 9/2021 – Resources and recording from the event

Last week, on Wednesday the 22nd of September 2021 we held our annual ArchiFrame user day.

Thank you to all the participants for taking part to our webinar and making it a success! We are happy to be able to connect with you as well as hear your thoughts and insights on using the software. ArchiFrame team is here for you – please contact us for any questions or comments!

Did you miss the event or want to check some resources we provided during the event?
Here’s a recap about all the important things we covered as well as a full length recording of the whole webinar:

Recording of ArchiFrame user day webinar 9/2021

You can watch the recording of the webinar here:
ArchiFrame user day webinar recording 22nd of September 2021

Useful resources for ArchiFrame users

Please see these resources for more insights on ArchiFrame and how to most out of our software:

Our ArchiFrame user speakers and their companies

This year we were honoured to host two informative ArchiFrame user talks:

  • Jan Frode Nilsen, Designer at 1-2-Tre Elementproduksjon AS
  • Dipl. Ing. Wolfgang Pöll, Managing Director & Dipl. Ing. Matthias Pöll, Managing Director from Ludwig Pöll GMBH

Norwegian 1-2-Tre Elementproduksjon AS supply wall, floor and roof elements, as well as roof trusses and pre-cut solutions for both detached houses, multi-family homes, cabins, garages and larger projects. Their goal is to contribute to the construction process with simplified and rational solutions.

Ludwig Pöll GMBH is a 4th generation family business that operates along, carpentry, roofing and plumbing. The company operates in Dürnkrut, Austria.

ArchiFrame extends the ARCHICAD design suite for more user-friendly structural design in wood. ArchiFrame will change the way you do structural design, improving processes and project management. It’s an innovative design tool for wooden structures that combines engineering with aesthetics.
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