Our work stays the same and our work changes. This is certainly true for Style maintenance and improvement tasks in Autodesk Civil 3D. It is fair to say that almost everyone who employs Civil 3D has issues with maintaining Style consistency inside the projects. Civil 3D Users mess with the stuff. This can be a good thing and a bad thing.
Those that claim to have conquered this beast in Civil…Read more
Inside Autodesk Civil 3D there is the large, critical path Style problem. There is real user need for Style Choice. Civil 3D Styles have a variety of purpose. There are clearly Styles and Label Styles we need to employ for different purposes. Civil engineering design and survey processes involve creation, edit, QAQC, and an increasing number of…Read more
Happy New Year! Let’s proactively start the New Year with a talk about some practical Autodesk Civil 3D realities.
I manage and maintain an enormous set of Civil 3D Style resources for more versions and flavors of Civil 3D. Most folks see these manifested in the Framework for Civil 3D products that are delivered from this site. I had to learn the hard way to systematically…Read more
The Reference Template Tool in Civil 3D employs provides us a different approach to the consistent delivery of effective, production Civil 3D Templates and Known Good Style collection resources. The Reference Template (TREF) Tool allows us to assemble Civil 3D resource targets, partially manage them, and deliver standardized resource…Read more
The Civil 3D Template Classic Target methods are the common Civil 3D Template construction and maintenance methodologies used to produce a target of collected Civil 3D Style resources. Many people consider a Civil 3D Template to be their Known Good and perhaps even their Style Management end goal.…Read more