Good Morning Civil 3D Users. The Autodesk Civil 3D 2019.2 Update has hit the street. Did anyone notice that the Civil 3D dev group seems to prefer to release Civil 3D Winter Updates right before the anniversary of the Day of Infamy for some reason. I’d guess that is really more about vacations, holidays, and the New Hampshire ski season than remembering US history.
Civil 3D Corridors become ever more useful for Site Design tasks. If we insist that our old school CAD perceptions of the civil engineering design issues and workflows are correct, in effect, we believe that our old AutoCAD habits and skills are more important than any new Civil 3D skills and the ever-increasing capabilities of Civil 3D itself. This is us being human. This is just silly.
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Folk complain that Civil 3D is not really user-friendly for Site Design. This is bunk. The complaint is true only if you insist that site design in Civil 3D should be like it was for years in old school CAD software. We insist our AutoCAD skills are more important than new Civil 3D skills and capabilities. About the only thing Civil 3D has in common with that old software is Civil 3D’s use of similar…Read more
Don’ ya know that the funny thing about all Standards is they do change. Hopefully, the change is an improvement for the better. These changes should mean we can get more work out the door with less effort. Ok. Sometimes it seems that the Loki, the Norse god of trickery, calls the standards shots.
Any incremental standards update always means getting our heads around a new form of daily…Read more
The management of a Civil 3D customization and the many resources required by the software to function well in a Civil 3D production environment is no small task. When it is time to upgrade to a new release or a significant new Civil 3D Update, it pays to be aware of and to employ the latest available tools. Meet the BS Wingman.
Civil 3D Batch Save Utility
Autodesk released the…Read more