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Welcome my friends to the show that never ends - The annual Autodesk Right of Spring is upon us. This week Autodesk began marketing the new AutoCAD 2021 and the new AutoCAD 2021 Toolsets. Folks will be dancing around the pole at discreet social distanced intervals. Those spacings and your zoom and pan response will perhaps be determined by measured…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags AutoCAD 2021, Upgrade, Update, Toolset, Map 3D 2021, Civil 3D 2021, video

Our customers love the fact that the Framework for Civil 3D works in Civil 3D production environments in multiple releases of Civil 3D right out of the box. Afterall, that is why we named the Framework desktop and basic Civil 3D user tool collection InstantOn. There are InstantOn production pretenders out there in Civil 3D Land. There are really…

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Autodesk leaped into that occasional Leap Year Day with the release of the latest Autodesk Civil 3D 2020.3 Update. We begin Autodesk’s version of March Madness. The annual Autodesk Right of Spring begins in Civil 3D Land with this typical cleanup Civil 3D Update before the next numbered release of Civil 3D.
I think it is safe to say Autodesk…

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What you want to snuggle up with for a cold, mid-January winter weekend is the new release of Infraworks. Autodesk calls it/him/her - Infraworks 2020 Update 2. Autodesk’s Update language as applied to Infraworks remains a head scratcher.

What marketing and sales do with the arcane Autodesk licensing and subscription mechanics often seem to befuddle everyone. Folks, you got…

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The calendar year 2020 portents to be more than the start of a new decade. We all likely expect the 2020 US election to be yet another watershed political event. How did the Playwright put it? “… a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” I trust you do not miss the Solomonic allusion and sardonic irony implied in his famous words from McBeth. He did. Mind you,…

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