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A blog about Civil 3D method and practice, Civil 3D Templates, Civil 3D Styles, Civil 3D Management, and Civil 3D customization

 

Yup. It’s the middle of December. Once in another lifetime I knew ides was a Latin singular noun. I used to love their plural form of the word which is idus – for middles. Maybe you can guess what modern word comes from this. The Romans thought about and measured time from the middles of things - stuff like months and watches. In our more civilized times we’d find…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Service Pack, 2015, Civil 3D 2015, Map 3D, Recap

If you must employ both Autodesk and Bentley civil engineering software some more help has arrived. In late October Autodesk released the Autodesk Civil Engineering Data Translator (CEDT) to AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015 subscription customers via the Autodesk Subscription Center.

Do We thank the Converts

One supposes we have one or more Autodesk State DOT customers to…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Bentley, Translator, conversion, Civil 3D, 2015, alignment, surface, profile

We boldly make the claim that our Production Solution products are a “Better Standard to Build Standards On”. There’s nothing farfetched about our claims. They are really quite fetching you see. By design we’re committed to making that standard more real in a continuous and substantive way. We’ve been hard at work. In case you missed it:

Early October 2014 releases:

  • New…
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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags AddOn, InstantOn, Civil 3D, Release 5

MoreCompetency released an AddOn to Parcels and Alignments for Release 5 Jump Kit customers who run the AutoCAD Civil 3D 2015 and Civil 3D 2014 releases this week.

The AddOn brings up some classic AutoCAD Civil 3D quandaries that the capabilities of Style are so helpful to resolve for us all.

Don’t Be Eroded

We performed…

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No. I am not going to talk about producing animations in 3Ds Max or concept visualizations in Autodesk Infraworks 2015. True. When I grow up maybe I do want to be a Max Head; wear long, black-leather coats; and produce SyFi flicks and games.
In the meantime, your Plans Sets come first.

If you can’t see the many representations of our mastery of AutoCAD Civil 3D Style,…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags corridors, style, implementation, management, 2015, Civil 3D, video, training