I manage and maintain a huge set of Civil 3D Style resources for more versions and flavors of Civil 3D than I really want to consider. Most people see these manifested in the Framework for Civil 3D public products delivered from this site. Like everyone else who does this sort of thing for a living, I had to learn the hard way to systematically manage a large set of Civil 3D Style…Read more
We try and make cents out of Civil 3D. This is no simple task. The Civil 3D Diva is a big beast with lots of moving parts and pieces. The numerous methods of usage, many optional workflows, and diverse nuances of the entire Civil 3D tools software package are overwhelming. They are a never-ending story.
A new Autodesk Civil 3D 2022 and a larger Autodesk…Read more
The art of production and publication Civil 3D Standards is all about the construction and maintenance of managed, known, and current States. There is no singularity in Civil 3D Standards. After all, we are talking about sets of sets of variable properties that must work together at known and identifiable points…Read more
The Autodesk Civil programming group and others spent a good part of the last programming year working on the improved interoperability between Autodesk and ESRI applications. They also invested in their own internal software interop challenges in be it in Civil 3D, Map 3D, Infraworks, BIM 360, and some Extensions and Addons. If we do the work to make the code work in the daily grind for our clients,…Read more
The Framework for Civil 3D supports Adaptive Layer Standards in many releases of Civil 3D. That means you can produce project work in one official and compliant Layer Standard - maybe the NCS 6.0 and still produce deliverables in perhaps another Layer Standard like the NCS 6.0 AIA standard.Read more
Sounds crazy… We know.
It’s all about the hidden potential…