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…Read more
Out here in the wilds of Civil 3D Land, we recognize that an update for Autodesk Civil 3D never arrives all at once. It’s hard to forget that. We may choose to avoid thinking about it for as long as possible. There is more important civil engineering and survey project work to get out the door.
A Civil 3D Update is dependent on raw AutoCAD updates and the AutoCAD Map 3D…Read more
To get ready for the upcoming Autodesk Civil 3D 2024.1 Update, Autodesk recently released Civil 3D Object Model updates for the older Autodesk Civil 3D 2023, Autodesk Civil 3D 2022, and Autodesk Civil 3D 2021 releases. This collection of Civil 3D Updates fixes some important release specific code issues and supplies…Read more
The new Framework for Civil 3D 2024 products officially hit the street this week. The latest Jump Kit Release 8 and Templates Only Release 8 products for Civil 3D 2024 include huge new libraries of well-crafted, integrated, and system managed Civil 3D content resources. The new Framework for Civil 3D is great news if we want Autodesk Civil 3D to…Read more
The Framework for Civil 3D Jump Kit product is notable and perhaps even famous for the product’s native support for multiple variations of the National CAD Standard (NCS) Layer Standards. These include the current NCS 6.0 and NCS 6.0 AIA variants. These common NCS Layer Standard variants are variously required for GSA, DOD, and US Army Corps project submittals.