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A blog about Civil 3D method and practice, Civil 3D Templates, Civil 3D Styles, Civil 3D Management, and Civil 3D customization

 

The new Release 8 of the Framework for Civil 3D 2019.2 is the Christmas present that delivers better production to civil engineers and surveyors from Autodesk Civil 3D 2019 all year long. The Framework is an adaptive managed system for all the many resources required to create and maintain a Civil 3D production environment. The latest Release 8 Framework is flexible,…

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The latest and greatest Release 8 of the Framework for Civil 3D 2018 has been a work in progress for many months. The new Release 8 includes the Framework’s famous Adaptive Standards for Civil 3D and new and improved Spreadsheet Tools for Civil 3D 2018.

Release 8 Framework for Civil 3D 2018

The Release 8 Framework for Civil…

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Civil 3D Corridors become ever more useful for Site Design tasks. If we insist that our old school CAD perceptions of the civil engineering design issues and workflows are correct, in effect, we believe that our old AutoCAD habits and skills are more important than any new Civil 3D skills and the ever-increasing capabilities of Civil 3D itself. This is us being human. This is just…

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Folk complain that Civil 3D is not really user-friendly for Site Design. This is bunk. The complaint is true only if you insist that site design in Civil 3D should be like it was for years in old school CAD software. We insist our AutoCAD skills are more important than new Civil 3D skills and capabilities. About the only thing Civil 3D has in common with that old software is Civil 3D’s use of similar…

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The Symbol Set approach based on the Power of Names is both revolutionary and more effective in all Civil 3D production environments.

Our Managed Systems approach to Civil 3D Symbols (aka AutoCAD blocks, Point Styles, etc.) and those integrations allows the Framework for Civil 3D to supply its users with a more adaptive, flexible, and robust…

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