A standard-part model contains only standard parts with specific part prefixes. You can use these prefixes when numbering parts in another model. The prefixes that you define will be used as actual part position numbers in the other model.
The standard-part model is only used for comparing parts when you number parts in a project model. It cannot be used for creating parts in the project model.
This functionality only applies to steel parts. Assemblies are not affected.
For example, StandardParts.
You can explode the components if you plan to delete the unnecessary parts such as duplicate angles and main parts.
Ensure that the standard-part model does not contain duplicate part prefixes. You do not need to define the assembly prefix or the part or assembly start numbers.
To use the standard-part model with Tekla Model Sharing , save the standard-part model in a separate folder under the current model folder.
To use the standard-part model with a multi-user model, save the standard-part model so that all users have access to it.
As the parts are being numbered, Tekla Structures compares all parts in the project model to the standard-part model. Any part prefixes found in the standard-part model are applied to all identical parts found in the project model. The numbering series of the oldest numbered standard part in the project model is applied to all identical parts found in the project model.