DWF-based publication is a powerful and useful publishing methodology in Autodesk Civil 3D. DWF publication is a core AutoCAD publishing functionality. It functions well in Civil 3D projects managed on local machines, networks, and document management cloud-based environments.
Civil 3D users and organizations can thankfully employ DWFs to significantly reduce the complexity…Read more
Autodesk released an AutoCAD 2023.1 Update late last week. Heigh ho. That usually means that out here in the wilds of Civil 3D Land we should also see an Autodesk Civil 3D 2023.1 Update real soon now. Perhaps you already noticed that some of this recent AutoCAD 2023.1 Update is a bit more targeted at Civil 3D issues than in times…Read more
The Autodesk AutoCAD 2023 products were officially released this week. As we all know by now the core AutoCAD license also includes access to the Seven AutoCAD Toolsets. From the civil engineer’s or surveyor’s point of view these notably include the Map 3D 2023 and Raster Design 2023 Toolsets.
Of course, core AutoCAD…Read more
Every couple of years Autodesk commissions a competitive software productivity analysis study about current Autodesk Civil 3D functionality. The moist recent study published in June 2021 compares the use of raw AutoCAD 2020 to Autodesk Civil 3D 2020 in 10 mission critical survey and civil design common workflows.
This week Autodesk announced the official public release of Autodesk Tandem as a product. The new Tandem is all about the Digital Twins. Nah. These Digital Twins have nothing to do with sexy social media influencers hocking yoga pants or those potential Deep Fake videos of the President claiming there’s another Civil War a happenin’ as the Cubans surge the border…Read more