Rulefinder.net offers ABYC-standards calculation sheet

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Rulefinder.net launched a new version of its standards library that offers online automated calculation sheets.

“No other software offers these kinds of intuitive online calculation sheets, which are based totally and only on the standards,” said Wieger de Wit, director of Rulefinder.net, in a statement. “The first release offers calculation according to the ABYC H5 standard and is developed in close cooperation with U.S. boatbuilders and ABYC.

Based in the Netherlands, Rulefinder.net provides boatbuilders, component manufacturers and other industry professionals with an online, single-source library of global boatbuilding standards. The ABYC Standards Powered by Rulefinder.net is available to American Boat and Yacht Council members.

Click here for the complete release.

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