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The new Framework for Civil 3D 2021.1 products officially hit the street today. Hoorah! The latest Jump Kit Release 8 for Civil 3D 2021.1 Updates have support for the latest Civil 3D tools and features in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2021.1 Update. These include a host of new and updated Profile View Band Styles and in-depth Civil 3D Style support that integrates…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Civil 3D 2021, Update, Upgrade, Release 8, Jump Kit, Templates Only, NCS 6.0, AIA

The new Framework for Civil 3D 2021 products officially hit the street today. Hooray! The latest Jump Kit Release 8 for Civil 3D 2021 includes huge new libraries of well-crafted, integrated, and managed Civil 3D content resources. Why do that? That does not seem to be the most important question today.

The daily, practical Civil 3D working project issues…

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Ready or not. The latest Autodesk Civil 3D 2020.4 Update hit the street late last week. New Civil 3D releases and Updates are a fact of life in Civil 3D Land. The good news is the Civil 3D 2020.4 Update fixes and number of important outstanding Civil 3D 2020 issues for Pressure Pipes, BIM 360 Collaboration for Civil 3D, ArcGIS interoperability,…

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Civil engineers and surveyors who employ Autodesk civil software know a thing or two about Description Key Sets. Everyone’s an expert to one level or another by necessity. The DescKey concept and technology has been around a long time back to the old Land Desktop (LTD) days.

Why bother to talk about this topic at all?
“Honey, can we change the channel?”

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The calendar year 2020 portents to be more than the start of a new decade. We all likely expect the 2020 US election to be yet another watershed political event. How did the Playwright put it? “… a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” I trust you do not miss the Solomonic allusion and sardonic irony implied in his famous words from McBeth. He did. Mind you,…

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