Autodesk Civil 3D includes many powerful and capable grading tools. We each develop our go to lists of favorites and preferred workflows to follow. Ted is a Feature Lines Only fanatic. Sally is a Site Design Corridor wunderkind. The company design group in Tulsa banned the use of Civil 3D Grading Objects in all projects. We know the drill.
Our preferred…Read more
Autodesk officially released Autodesk Revit 2023 and the related Revit 2023 Family of products. This is a major upgrade to the Autodesk Revit platform and related products. The new Autodesk 2023 graphics engine and multi-processor printing take a center stage.
The new Autodesk Revit 2023 notably includes lots of new graphics and printing…Read more
Autodesk officially announced earlier this week a new token-based method of combining Autodesk named account users and daily or occasional use Autodesk software licensing. The new licensing product is called Autodesk Flex. Flex will be available after September 24, 2021.
An Autodesk Flex token is not your…Read more
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out the annual Autodesk Right of Spring and product release is about to begin. A new, cloudy host of Autodesk software will hit the street real soon now. The misty-eyed folks will dance around the May pole and declare the new power and majesty of the standing stones.Read more
If not, Autodesk shareholders will soon headhunt some Autodesk…
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…Read more