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AutoCAD Civil 3D 2017 introduced Reference Templates. The concept of Reference Templates is to finally deliver a way to standardize Civil 3D Style Management a bit more effectively. We can now systematically manage the Styles in your current production template by referencing Civil 3D Styles from other separate Reference Templates. These are included a managed stack…

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A useful Export out of AutoCAD Civil 3D seems to be the theme of the week in Civil 3D Land. Last post I harped on Export command issues in Civil 3D 2015-2017. I delivered some useful tips and work arounds to produce editable digital output too. Maybe that leaves you…

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Jerry Bartels of Autodesk…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags plan production tool, layout, Reference Template, video

There is always some fear and loathing for writers associated with a post about newly introduced feature in the latest AutoCAD Civil 3D. New product features do tend to arrive as a work in progress. Autodesk often introduces something new with little real documentation. This allows them to change the officially undocumented behavior of the new feature in the next Service Pack. Yep. There’s a reason…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Reference Template, Civil 3D 2017, Style, Style Management

We recently made it official that the Release 6 Framework for Civil 3D upgrades and runs well in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2017. I know Civil 3D templates and Civil 3D Styles that actually work and upgrade real world in production environments are shocking but true. Back at the shack, we are banging away at a more powerful, more useful, and more productive Release 7. We’re getting…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Style, Style Management, Reference Template, Civil 3D 2017, video