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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

 

Autodesk released Autodesk Civil 3D 2021 Update 2 this week. The Civil 3D 2021.2 Update arrived with a complementary Infraworks 2021.2 Update and a significant update to the capabilities of the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS. A hearty hear here for the new and improved support in detail for ArcGIS raster imagery…

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Autodesk has made it no secret that if you want to get and employ Project Explorer for Civil 3D a subscription to the AEC Collection is in your future. Whether or not that is fair to existing Autodesk Civil 3D stand-alone customers is a moot point from the Autodesk’s corporate perspective. Autodesk is obviously committed to adding and improving…

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We continue to chisel away at the nuances of Civil 3D Label Style method and practice - The art of annotation in Autodesk Civil 3D matters to us all. Some of that pound and grind is similar to the removal of the sculptural whitepace from the original blocks of marble that became Michelangelo’s David or Madonna and Child. Do we need Label Style structural…

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The Framework for Civil 3D and its products are a Managed System. We take a manufactured or industrial approach to address the many challenges of Autodesk Civil 3D customization. If you prefer, we are Parts Supplier of integrated Civil 3D resources to build diverse, sustainable, and adaptive Civil 3D Standards from.

How can we better support…

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The Virtual Autodesk University 2020 event is still on-going. AU 2020 is free. There is no registration fee for AU 2020. You might want to take advantage of the horde of recorded AU 2020 session content that is available. My guess is that Autodesk will tally  over 100,000 event attendees worldwide when AU 2020 is all said and done. That is 10 times the number of…

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