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Earlier this week we released the latest Framework for Civil 3D 2024.2 product Updates. This is an important maintenance build Update for the Jump Kit 8 2024 and Templates Only 8 2024 products.

Framework for Civil 3D 2024 product customers may download the latest builds of the Jump Kit and Templates…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags  Civil 3D 2024, Jump Kit, Templates Only, Update

Autodesk continues the annual Get Ready for Autodesk University barrage of important product updates. For reasons that may, or may not, be obvious to all the folks in Civil 3D Land the updates remain focused on the Autodesk Cloud products. This week’s Autodesk Cloud goody is the latest and greatest Autodesk Desktop Connector (ADC).


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This week the prize for Civil 3D users from Autodesk is the release of the new Autodesk DWG Migration for Docs (DMDA) tool. Maybe the DMDA is a utility? This Civil 3D and AutoCAD whatsit App has been in the works for way too long. Thanks Autodesk. It finally arrived.

The new DMDA will: test and validate all the wonky file and numerous, and notoriously, obscure…

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If we run any release of Autodesk Civil 3D, that software we employ to perform our daily civil engineering and survey project work changed recently. In the last month Autodesk released the Civil 3D 2024.1 Update, the Civil 3D 2023.3 Update, the Civil 3D 2022.2.5 Update, and the Civil 3D 2021.3.6 Update. Whoa. A Civil 3D Update mania.

Aside from the mandatory…

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We hope everyone out there in Civil 3D Land had a great relaxing Labor Day weekend. Did your fav college football team pull off an upset? Mine did in the last minute of their game. Hoorah. Frankly, most of the long holiday weekend we were laboring in that favorite tradition of small business in America. You know the drill.

Work smarter and harder than the other guys.


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