Autodesk recently released the usual Earth, Water, and the other Interop extensions for Autodesk Civil 3D 2020. Can we say the usual suspects? I guess Wind and Fire might not be Autodesk classified as civil extensions. Funny, we have both wind farm and LNG farm Framework for Civil 3D customers performing both survey and civil engineering project work all over the…Read more
One of my long-standing Civil 3D wish list items is a basic form of elementary Audit functionality. I acknowledge that even the concept of some form of audit in Civil 3D is unlikely to reach high into an everyday Civil 3D user’s wish list for obvious reasons. We all get it.
“I already know what’s wrong with my drawing.”
You Manager types…Read more
Let’s face it. Some Updates to Autodesk Civil 3D are pretty much a no brainer. A new full release of Civil 3D may introduce new unforeseen problems into your project work and workflows. But those incremental Civil 3D Updates often fix important problems in the software.
The recent Civil 3D 2019.3 Update qualifies as one of those important no-brainer Updates.…Read more
Autodesk released the AutoCAD Civil 3D 2019.3 Update. This third, and perhaps the final, Update for Civil 3D 2019 basically includes major fixes to Data Shortcuts, the Subassembly Composer (SAC), the Traverse Editor, and many other related fix it updates for Civil 3D 2019. A detailed listing from the readme is included below.
The AutoCAD Civil 3D 2019.3 Update is…Read more
The Framework for Civil 3D is a standard to build your standards from. The Framework is all about the Adaptive Systems Management of Civil 3D. Why is adaptive systems management important? Lacking a systems approach to CAD Standards in Civil 3D, we are confined to standards ruled only by the immediacy of preference.
Don’t get me wrong. Preference and choice…Read more