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Back at the shack we’ve been busy making improvements to the Release 7 of the Framework for AutoCAD Civil 3D. The Framework is already the most awesome Civil 3D templates and Civil 3D styles solution for civil engineers and surveyors on the planet bar none. No one else even comes close. We’ve released 3 new revolutionary…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Civil 3D 2016, Update, Jump Kit, InstantOn, Templates Only, Symbol Set

Autodesk works continuously to improve AutoCAD Civil 3D. That’s a good thing. They had user meetings last week to prove it. Based on managed, corporate governance the development team works from a set of known goals towards a clear set of objectives. Does that mean that Civil 3D users actually can benefit from the new cool stuff? History demonstrates to all of us…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Jump Kit, Release 7, Style, Style Management, tools, video

Resolutions is an interesting word. If we take the word apart, it contains the plural of the solutions word and the repeat predicate re - to do it again. The classic phrase “New Year’s Resolutions” makes sense. But interested minds want to know, why employ solutions that didn’t work the previous times? Time to resolve not to.

What…

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AutoCAD Civil 3D does next to nothing to encourage you to do externalize Survey Queries to work across projects. That should sound familiar? Autodesk often ignores the practical Civil 3D user management tools and only gets you 50% of the way there. We can fix that with better Civil 3D civil engineering design and survey…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Release 7, Jump Kit, survey, survey db, points, figure, surface, AddOn, video

“No way.”
Yes way. Release 7 of Framework for Civil 3D provides everything you need. You think that’s one heck of a brash claim? The truth is our customers never complain about that. Most new customers are simply stunned at the bang for the buck. Come on, folks.
This is what we do – Make…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Jump Kit, Style, corridor, corridor surface, superelevation, grading, video