About Design Software


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Quick Design

This module is a full engineering analysis routine, but set out in such a way that any user who can competently use span tables can easily get quick, accurate answers from the software. No other software package offers this level of sophistication in combination with ease of use.

Take Off

This is an ever expanding development in engineering software. A simple, yet outstandingly precise floor joist layout system designs the joists and floor beams as they are drawn. Industry first “interoperability” means that SmartFrame Take-off directly imports data from Mitek, Multinail and Pryda truss and frame software, and imports from CAD drawings.

Then, at the push of a button, a fully detailed full colour layout and quantity take off is produced before your eyes. Take off has now become so sophisticated that it allows full load path analysis for accedited users.

Bracing Calculator

This module allows the user to calculate the racking loads upon residential buildings as per the method shown in AS 1684.

Connection Details

All the appropriate joist hangers appear as interactive graphics, with the user able to select and assign the relevant bracket to any member designed.

Bracket Details

This module allows the user to view the extensive range of hanger options avaialble to compliment the SmartFrame system

Tie-Down Calculator

This module allows the user to nominate the correct tie-down requirements for building components as per AS 1684.

Report Options

The user is able to access a variety of report options from joist and beam layouts, computations of individual members, graphics of connection details to schedules of members/brackets and a certification page.


Achieving the best possible result from using the SmartFrame software package. Tilling offer a comprehensive training program to the industry to support you and your organisation.

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