Better software tools can certainly automate a lot of the drudgery in civil engineering design and survey tasks. That’s a good thing. That is often reason enough to buy and upgrade your Civil 3D. We are waiting for the Civil 3D 2020.1 Update after all.
Our intention to increase our reported speed to results in Civil 3D can directly get in the path of better results. Speed…Read more
The Framework for Civil 3D supplies an amazingly detailed and complete set of adaptive and yet fully integrated Survey Codes, Description Key Sets, Points and Figures resolution tools to generate for Civil 3D users and organizations a more productive and much less painful Civil 3D point experience.
Many civil engineering design side people are astonished by the safe bet…Read more
The common comment I get from new Framework for Civil 3D customers is
“I wish I done this (or found you) sooner.”
That’s kind. We’re not hiding. Almost no one looks for options until the pain, for whatever reasons, comes to their attention. Even then life’s a struggle. Most of us try to fix our problems with what we have in front of us. Makes…Read more
For reasons that should be obvious, I get questions all the time about configuring and implementing Civil 3D from customers both small and large. Always happy to help. To get Civil 3D to run is sort of built into the automated Autodesk install. How those install defaults allow the software work are probably not exactly what most people want to employ in a real Civil 3D production environment. You…Read more
Autodesk recently released the usual Earth, Water, and the other Interop extensions for Autodesk Civil 3D 2020. Can we say the usual suspects? I guess Wind and Fire might not be Autodesk classified as civil extensions. Funny, we have both wind farm and LNG farm Framework for Civil 3D customers performing both survey and civil engineering project work all over the…Read more