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This news is no surprise to many of our Framework for Civil 3D customers. Based on our initial testing of the shipping build of Autodesk Civil 3D 2021, both the current Release 8 and Release 7 builds (based on the last Civil 3D 2020 Updates) of the Framework for Civil 3D products all upgrade and run great in the public release of…

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Autodesk officially released Autodesk Civil 3D 2021 and the many related Autodesk Civil interoperability and Civil product development tools. All the Civil 3D 2021 help files and resources are live.

Autodesk Subscription customers should be able to download the product from the Autodesk Subscription Center.

Autodesk Civil 3D Free trials and install…

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Most of us in Civil 3D Land are fans and daily users of Autodesk Civil 3D. We all can guess, based on history and leaks in the Autodesk cistern, that we’ll be seeing the latest and greatest release of Autodesk Civil 3D 2021 any day now. The specifics of the new release may not knock your socks off. Many of us have other concerns at the moment. The…

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The annual Autodesk Right of Spring continues. Autodesk officially released Autodesk Revit 2021 and the related Revit 2021 products yesterday. The new Revit 2021 notably includes lots of new Civil and related interoperability improvements that may apply to your current project and workflows.
Can we say this is a more Civilized…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Revit, Civil 3D 2021, Upgrade, interop, BIM, BIM 360

The Framework for Civil 3D supports multiple versions and flavors of the NCS out of the box. We call this capability Adaptive Layer Standards. Adaptive, consistent and robust are some of the many benefits you get from employing our Managed System for Autodesk Civil 3D.

The Framework for Civil 3D Release…

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