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Autodesk officially announced earlier this week a new token-based method of combining Autodesk named account users and daily or occasional use Autodesk software licensing. The new licensing product is called Autodesk Flex. Flex will be available after September 24, 2021.

An Autodesk Flex token is not your…

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Autodesk Civil 3D is a virtual feast of fundamental capabilities for civil engineers and surveyors. We can easily debate whether the resultant Civil 3D complexity is the result of the considerable depth of function built into the software or whether the sheer number of potential Civil 3D workflows is an obstacle to users all by itself.

We could also argue that such attention is unwarranted.…

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Alignments in Autodesk Civil 3D have Types. Whoopie. No Biggie. If we get the Type wrong when we create the Alignment, we can change the Type? Errr. Well sort of and it depends. This is Civil 3D. Some Civil 3D Feature Properties and Parent and Child relationship properties only can be built on creation. Some may be destroyed by a manual change of Alignment Type.

Recall…

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Autodesk officially released Autodesk Civil 3D 2022 and the many related Autodesk Civil Infrastructure interoperability, production, and design development tools this week. Needless to say, there are some new important civil engineering and survey production goodies built into the latest Civil 3D 2022. More on those Civil 3D improvements in just…

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You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out the annual Autodesk Right of Spring and product release is about to begin. A new, cloudy host of Autodesk software will hit the street real soon now. The misty-eyed folks will dance around the May pole and declare the new power and majesty of the standing stones.
If not, Autodesk shareholders will soon headhunt some Autodesk…

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