No, and to do a really adequate job of representing structural shapes, materials
and especially termination and connection to other shapes or structural members,
you're talking about a specialized module, like Pro/NC or Mechanica or
I guess they haven't seen a market for it. Most people either make their own
libraries with family tables of frequently used shapes or they go to Pro/e's
website and find a supplier who has the models listed in a catalogue which you
find at http://www.ptc.com/community/proe_catalogs.htm
There's an additional module, called Expert Framework Extension, which
has been around for a while, it's at version 4.0 now. I would strongly
recommend it, it saved me a bundle of time when I had a complex
framework to design.
The software was developed by B+W in Germany, you can get more info from
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