I prefer Gin over Vodka and a good IPA over both. I’m decidedly not James Bond. My car certainly doesn’t cut it. I totally missed the Cash for Clunkers thing. A stated choice of a lethal weapon would probably would not be polticially correct. We’ll avoid that trigger to focus on more important Civil 3D 2020.2 Update matters.
There have been Civil 3D related Updates and enhancements related…Read more
We’ve discussed the topic of Data References (DREF) in Autodesk Civil 3D and the important Object Model challenges we simply have to deal with in our Civil 3D projects. This DREF chatter spawns a bunch of questions about Civil 3D Surfaces, Surface DREFs, and how to make them work better and faster. The existing and design surface discussion takes a few words and…Read more
There’s a new Civil 3D 2020.1+ Update and a new Civil 3D 2019.3+ Update on the street. If you are in the middle of a project, you have other more practical concerns for the moment. You have concerns that a new Update may break something you depend on. It happens more often than we like.Read more
We could call this the Does Mikey Like It? approach to…
The title for this post sounds almost like a car finish product. Go on down to the box store and pick up some Surface Care today. Civil 3D Surface Care is in the aisle next to that beer sold by dem Artesians. You remember the Artesians? Don’t you? Ok. Maybe not. You should.
The Artesian tv spots were the best of the 80’s beer commercials. You have to wonder…Read more
Autodesk continues the August flood of the Civil 3D 2019.1 release cycle products. When the blitz happens it feels like we’re installing a new Autodesk update for something else every day. This is a good news bad news thing. It’s good the updates come out and mostly make our work easier. It’s bad that we still have to pay a bit more attention than we’d like to all of this.