Viewing the Tower Model

In the design and analysis process, the sooner the user is able to catch errors and validate assumptions, the better the process will be.
Better by being more efficient and more accurate.
When the user has the ability to see, on screen and on paper, the tower as it has been modeled, he can more quickly verify the input data and the results of the analysis, find most errors, and validate assumptions.
This makes the user more efficient and the work more accurate, which means the company can be more productive and more profitable.

After the design and analysis process is finished, the results need to be reported to the project stakeholders.
Stakeholders always appreciate, and often require, drawings to help them visualize the tower.
The user will appreciate the savings in time and personnel when these drawings can be automatically generated from the data used in the design and analysis process instead of tying up an experienced CADD user for several hours.

That is why Guymast, whose goal is to provide products that make our clients more productive and more profitable, has introduced an advanced drawing package to extract tower profile and plan views from the data used by the MASTLODTM, MASTTM, and GUYMAST® programs.
The most recent version of DRAWMASTTM includes many improvements to the user interface, as well as more flexibility and power.
Our next improvement, to be released soon, will export DRAWMASTTM files to AutoCAD®.

Traditional four-legged self-supporting tower. Guyed tower viewed from an anchor.