Autodesk last week released a rash of end of Autodesk fiscal year updates for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2016. Think of this like the ex-President’s helicopter fly-by tour of Washington DC on his way out of town after the inauguration of President Trump. That does not mean we should ignore it. Things that may seem trivial to some are not necessarily trivial to others.
Autodesk released…Read more
Autodesk released the new version of Infraworks 360 in early Sept 2016. Autodesk has been previewing features in the on-going bi-monthly Infraworks webinar series all summer.
If you are an AutoCAD Civil 3D user you don’t want to ignore this software any longer. Visit our Infraworks page to catch up. As with all…Read more
On Aug 30, 2017 Autodesk simultaneously released a new Service Pack to AutoCAD Civil 3D 2017 SP 1.1 and a new Productivity Pack. These are now renamed to Enhancements. This first one is called AutoCAD Civil 3D 2017 v1 Enhancements. Some important stuff in that for surveyors and civil engineers…Read more
This August has been busy and sometimes downright hectic. Funny thing is, I don’t feel like I accomplished much which is really silly. It must be a post-Olympic hangover. Too much highly visible amazing personal and team achievement followed too many endless ads from the same corporations can do that to you. No single TV network should ever be allowed to do the Olympics again.
If the tiny…Read more
Late last week Autodesk released AutoCAD Civil 3D 2017 Service Pack 1 right on time.Read more
Note that SP1 for Civil 3D 2017 shares lots of similarities with the recently released SP3 for Civil 3D 2016. Fancy that.
Remind me to check and see which version of the Traverse Editor is in there...Odds are it is. No mention in the readme contents below.
Don't freak out.