Join us for our monthly SPIDAcalc Lunch & Learns! These instructor-led webinars are complimentary to all current SPIDAcalc users, and feature a new topic each month. Sessions typically include 45-minutes of prepared content, followed by 15-minutes of Q&A. Attendees are encouraged to participate in the discussions, share their own tips and tracks, or simply listen in.

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L&Ls are hosted on the third Tuesday of every month, and will begin at 12:00 pm EST. Below is a list of the upcoming L&L dates, topics and registration links. Check back regularly for newly added topics and to register for each future session. If you can’t make a L&L, don’t worry, as you can catch them on-demand by visiting the Support Site.Watch Lunch & Learns on Demand Version 4 – 6 Users

 

Upcoming Lunch & Learns

March 2021

Date:
Tuesday, March 16, 2021 @ 12 PM EDT

Topic:
Getting the Most Out of Collected Photos

Summary:
Join us for this month’s Lunch and Learn, where we’ll focus on how photos can be imported into a SPIDAcalc project and assist with pole design and QC efforts.

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April 2021

Date:
Tuesday, April 20, 2021 @ 12 PM EDT

Topic:
Wire Types in SPIDAcalc and Importing from SPIDAsilk

Summary:
Join us for this month’s Lunch & Learn, where we’ll review the two different types of wires that can now be used in SPIDAcalc and highlight how these two wires can produce different results in reports and in the Profile View.

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May 2021

Date:
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 @ 12 PM EDT

Topic:
Review of Analysis Methods

Summary:
Join us for this month’s Lunch & Learn, where we’ll provide a deep dive on the different analysis methods that can be used, related settings in client editor for the loadcases, and how those results can be interpreted.

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June 2021

Date:
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 @ 12 PM EDT

Topic:
Applying Damage to a Pole Design

Summary:
Join us for this month’s Lunch & Learn, where we’ll focus on how to apply damage objects to a pole design, review damage types and associated properties, as well as, how the damage object generates a calculated RMS value affecting the analysis results.

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