How to adjusting section to fill gap in a wall using Layher Allround

How to adjusting section to fill gap in a wall using Layher Allround


Hello and welcome to this training video In this video I would like to demonstrate
some of the advanced techniques used to adjust sections in order to fill gaps in a wall. In this video I will be using Layher Allorund
(lyer allround) scaffold. If you have a different scaffold brand, you may notice that I have
different measurements and components available for use. As you can see here we have a slight gap in
the wall which we need to fill up with a brackets and other kinds of equipment ??? I can use the functionality at stride??? which
we have discussed previously and just drag a line to create sections. In this case, this
is not a good solution because my scaffold does not fit. We can solve this problem by
using a hotkey to experiment until we find the best solution. The best solution will
probably be to arrange the selected section to the desired position and move the other
sections away. I will now take the next section and place it alongside the first one adjusting
its size until if fits perfectly. In this case 140 (what kind of measurement) is too
much and 109 is just right. Now I will add brackets to fill in the gap by using hotkeys. If you look at the grey lines around the bracket,
they are telling us that there is safety distance??? the whole way around. Now I can move the other
sections and make adjustments to the final bracket as necessary to fill the desired area. And there you are. I can double click and build up the solution
which will automatically fill up the gap that I was having trouble with. Let’s take a look at the 3D view to see
how the system actually solved the problem. And that’s all there is to it.

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