New Features Joining

The 3D design of the roof is continuously being further developed. The advantage of this type of design lies clearly in its visual and spatial representation. Users can see directly where the respective components are located and how they relate to each other.

Lap-jointed and ridge purlins are now added to the many components that can be created in the 3D view of the SEMA program. From the new Version 22-3 on, these purlins can also be fully generated in the 3D representation and  sections. The option 'Purlins on top' for the 3D display with the existing definitions is now also possible.

What's more, different flank angles can be determined for each end type of dovetail joints. As a result, machines with multiple dovetail cutters that support this setting can be controlled in an even more flexible way.