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Some folks will unquestionably wait for an upcoming Autodesk Civil 3D 2025.1 Update before they upgrade to the 2025 release of Civil 3D. That’s a historical habit thing, do’n ja know. Before and during the recent July 4th week, Autodesk released the Civil 3D 2025.02 Update, a couple of significant Civil 3D Tools, and those sometimes vital…

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Governance by Accusation cannot and demonstrably does not work except to congeal political power into the hands of the wicked. Its roots are spiritually inhuman to the core and morally corrupt by any wholesome measure or definition.

Governance by Accusation is always destructive and continuously corrosive to the human social fabric everywhere: For individuals,…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

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In Autodesk Civil 3D, we all know that the word template comes up time and time again. Heck. Out here in Civil 3D Land, we even have a Framework for Civil 3D product that we call Templates Only. Lots of customers say that Templates Only gets the essential Civil 3D Standards job done. Hoorah!

We all need many types of Civil…

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Civil 3D ships with a number of types of Civil 3D templates. Historically, our attention immediately gets drawn to the Civil 3D Model Templates. We all want the pictures on the screen to make sense. You probably noticed that most of the Civil 3D Standard Styles don’t do that or maybe just barely. I argued from the first beta of Civil 3D that Civil 3D Styles sooner…

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Let’s face it. Most of the time in Autodesk Civil 3D we all tend to initially shoot for some form of immediate and published annotation. It’s an old school CAD User’s habit. Can we call this lust the One and Done? For surveyors this may mean Point data from Survey Dbs. I trust we have all moved beyond imported point files and drawing-centric COGO points? The Lord…

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