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A blog about Civil 3D method and practice, Civil 3D Templates, Civil 3D Styles, Civil 3D Management, and Civil 3D customization

 

There is a synergistic trinity of powertools available in the latest Release 7 update for Civil 3D 2019.1. We should consider that Civil 3D Project Templates, Reference Templates, and Project Placeholders are a powerful and productive triad. If we use them together, we get more project productivity than the sum of the parts. To…

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It’s a new month, a change of season, and for some the apparent loss of reason. Time to transform from the Bake to the Freeze in my part of Civil 3D Land.
Sir? Bake and Freeze? Aren’t those drinking games?
Nah. It’s just my calendar reciting the same old cyclical tale. There’s proof in the lunar or lunatic details or lack thereof.

Some do howl at the moon because Civil…

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We shouldn’t have to reinvent the wheel to employ Civil 3D point data successfully. After more than ten releases of Civil 3D that would be dumb. The Pareto Principal, that famous 80 20 Rule, applies to our civil engineering and survey data. I argue, and most civil and survey folk would agree, that 20% of what we gather and create drives a large part of our project…

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We all know about bad assumptions. You believe something is totally obvious. You proceed to talk about a subject that way. People in the crowd nod their heads in affirmation. Meanwhile that same audience is actually completely baffled. This is a pretty common symptom of ED - Expert’s Disease. Oops, that didn’t come out exactly as I intended. You do get what I mean.

I had…

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Whew! This month has been a particularly busy. Most people out there in Civil 3D Land these days know the drill. Work. Work. Work. If you really know Civil 3D, you can work anywhere. More competency matters.

We released significant Framework product Release 7 Civil 3D 2019.1 Upgrades. We also…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags WATT, Release 8, Release 7, Jump Kit