The Release 7 Framework for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018 wave is almost upon us. Here’s the first swell in the set. We released a free Layer Standards Update this week to all the current Framework for Civil 3D products. That free download includes Release 7 Framework InstantOn and Jump Kit products for 2017, 2016, and 2015.
Framework customers get the good stuff. They ride the…Read more
AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018 is coming. OMG! Time for the annual Autodesk workstation rebuild weekend.
It’s also time to update parts of the website and the menus. You might note some things will get moved around a bit. Behind the scenes the elves are busy bees.
Out there in Civil 3D Land I can hear the cries of joy and groans of the software and template update that bounces…Read more
One of the great things about AutoCAD Civil 3D is that there are lots of ways to get things done. One of the worst things about Civil 3D is that there are lots of ways to get things done. The power of the Civil 3D Data Behind, the Clout of Style, and this dichotomy is often exemplified by how (well) we employ annotative Label Style.
Substance and Style
There we go. We did it again. We released new Layer Standards Speadsheet Tool AddOns for all our Release 7 Framework for Civil 3D customers. Ok. The tool also technically also works for all of our Release 6 Framework products too. We simply cannot resist helping out our customers when they ask.
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Folk complain that AutoCAD Civil 3D is not really user friendly about Site Design. The complaint is true if you insist that site design in Civil 3D should be like it was for years in Land Desktop. Unfortunately, about the only thing Civil 3D has in common with Land Desktop is it’s use of similar but historically deceptive Ribbon names such as Surface, Grading, Parcel, and Alignment.