How we must express ourselves and our Civil 3D Surface data with Spot Elevation Labels is far from the simple task it first appears. We all know nothing in Civil 3D as simple as it first appears. We face the somewhat unnerving deliverables publication challenge of What if.
What if our client’s reasonable demand for a specific civil engineering…Read more
“Any day now. Any day now. I shall be released.”Read more
Of course, those words are in the chorus of the famous Bob Dylan tune “I Shall Be Released” from 1967. The song was first covered by The Band and sung by Richard Manuel. The song has since been recorded and performed by the Who’s Who of Rock,…
If we move around the tiny little verb in the title of this post, we can change a lot about that title and our perception. We can swiftly change the implied question into a statement - What the Framework for Civil 3D is. In Yoda speak we might say - The Framework for Civil 3D what is. One of my personal favorites.
Funny thing. This silly grammar play seems…Read more
There is no doubt about it. The Framework for Civil 3D is a continuously developed product. The Framework products for Autodesk Civil 3D 2021.2 dropped in earlier this week. We make changes to the Framework all the time. Over more than a decade of on-going effort, most of those improvements came at the request and suggestion of our many happy Framework customers.
Autodesk released a bunch of new Autodesk Infrastructure product Updates, Extensions, and tools over the last 60 days most in advance or around the virtual AU 2020 event. These included the Autodesk Civil 3D 2021.2 Update. Remember to be on the lookout for promised Autodesk Construction Cloud integration products promised to be released later this month.
The Framework for…Read more