We had a customer from an eastern state who was from a rather large civil engineering firm with offices all over the place. They tried out the Free Jump in one office and they liked it. As the office CAD Manager candidly put it, "yours (The Jump) beat the heck out of what we've produced internally".
They took the road to the higher standard and rolled out InstantOn Basic 4.
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Every day a good number of people from all over the world drop by our site and download the Free Jump. Why? Simply put - there isn't anywhere we can find that you can buy working Civil 3D templates and the collection of thousands of Civil 3D Styles and Sets that we give away for free.
The Free Jump Makes Civil 3D Run
and Plot Out of the Box
That's pretty bold talk. We want…Read more
How do you track Civil 3D Style Issues?
I get this question More often than most for pretty obvious reasons. It's a good question.
One of the best TOOLS to do this YOU actually get for FREE along with your AutoCAD Civil 3D. The problem is most Civil 3D users:Read more
A) Don't Use It or even How to use It
B) Think the TOOL does something that THEY…
Last time I talked about the idea that you can build in simple Section Line Groups into your templates and your project plans. The idea there is to use placeholder Features to get both More consistency and save yourself time with a little up front planning and work.
The way that Civil 3D produces Pages of Sections is a publishing task. There is only so much setup work you can do beforehand…Read more
Pages of Sections in AutoCAD Civil 3D employ many Styles and have many properties. All that complexity makes getting exactly what you want somewhat of a challenge.
This is just one Page of Sections. Obviously a long alignment and its large Corridor with many Sections makes for potentially many pages. That produces large drawings where changes and modifications to the Section details can…Read more