Workstations for Nemetschek

CAD Workstations for Nemetschek

High-performance workstations for creative planners

Are your architectural ideas intended for the buildings of tomorrow? Then don't be held back by yesterday's hardware. To ensure that you can focus on your work as an engineer and/or planner, we have optimally adapted our CAD workstations to CAD software like Nemetschek Allplan® and Vectorworks®. Benefit from the high-performance hardware from Thomas-Krenn.AG!

Our CAD workstations are high-quality, optimized systems. This means that you can seamlessly run Allplan® and Vectorworks® on these workstations, as they meet all of the system requirements and are perfectly designed for CAD applications. This naturally includes the entire product range of the Allplan series – from construction cost management, architecture and Allfa® software to civil engineering software.

Nemetschek Allplan® and Vectorworks® are CAD application series from the leading supplier of building information modeling solutions, which is viewed as an innovation leader in the EC industry. Allplan® offers many advantages: Quality, costs and time requirements regarding the implementation and design of buildings can be constantly optimized during the entire development process. Additionally, Nemetschek Allplan® and Vectorworks® offer flexible and efficient tools for successfully planning and implementing diverse architectural and engineering projects. The Allplan® and Vectorworks® software from Nemetschek is essential for all architects, civil engineers, construction companies and facility managers thanks to their various practical features. But in order to optimally run the Nemetschek software, one needs a capable workstation. Thomas-Krenn.AG offers exactly that.

Our CAD workstations for Nemetschek Allplan® and Vectorworks® use NVIDIA graphics cards which offer excellent 3D application performance. The latest Intel processors deliver the highest level of performance and optimally round off the offer of our CAD workstations. Another benefit: High-performance and extremely quiet workstations are a matter of course for us, as we understand that not every company has an extra room available to use as a server room. Our CAD hardware is therefore perfectly suited for use in the office.

Try the CAD workstations for Nemetschek Allplan® and Vectorworks® from Thomas-Krenn.AG today!

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All prices are net and do not include the statutory VAT. They are directed exclusively to entrepreneurs (§ 14 BGB), legal entities subject to public law and special funds subject to public law.

 

Thomas-Krenn.AG supports municHMotorsports:

High-end hardware meets high-performance racing cars

As part of a cooperation with Thomas-Krenn.AG, municHMotorsport, the Formula Student team at the University of Munich, has the opportunity to use one of Thomas-Krenn.AG's new CAD workstations. It allows us to simulate the overall aerodynamic concept for our gas-powered model, the PW 9.15, and our electric car, the PWe 6.15, using various CFD tools. Furthermore, the cooling of the high-voltage battery and other car components can be designed for extreme situations on the racetrack with the aid of the workstation. This was not possible with the previous hardware. The requirements in terms of graphics performance and memory were only met by the Thomas-Krenn workstation.

 

 

 

Besides the creation of renderings and high-resolution images for our presentations and documentation, we use the workstation for the real-time networking and reverse engineering of 3D coordinate measuring. All of these applications give us the necessary edge to achieve top results in the highly-competitive engineering competition Formula Student.

The new high-end hardware from Thomas-Krenn.AG allows us to perfect our vehicles using state-of-the-art software tools, which is exactly what we need to compete among the elite levels of Formula Student.

WRITTEN BY JOHANNES KEILHACKER, TEAM-HV AND MICHAEL GAMBITZ, BOARD MEMBER