Jump On Civil 3D Blog

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

 

Hey, maybe the Autodesk Civil development team knew something before we did? If you have to work from home for the next month, Civil 3D Collaboration for BIM 360 Design may suddenly make a lot more sense. This may not happen in your corner of Civil 3D Land this week, but it might sooner rather than later.

I’m pretty sure I’ve already seen Autodesk will help you work…

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“No way.”
Yes way. Release 7 of Framework for Civil 3D provides everything you need. You think that’s one heck of a brash claim? The truth is our customers never complain about that. Most new customers are simply stunned at the bang for the buck. Come on, folks.
This is what we do – Make…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Jump Kit, Style, corridor, corridor surface, superelevation, grading, video

This post is a follow-up to The Cascaded Civil 3D Intersection post and video which itself was itself a follow up to the Stop That Civil 3D Wizard post and video. Somehow a chain of blog post seems very appropriate given the subject of related Intersections and Complex Corridors in AutoCAD Civil 3D.

Since the Intersection…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags intersection, alignment, profile, corridor, corridor surface, video

Folk complain that AutoCAD Civil 3D is not really user friendly about Site Design. The complaint is true if you insist that site design in Civil 3D should be like it was for years in Land Desktop. Unfortunately, about the only thing Civil 3D has in common with Land Desktop is it’s use of similar but historically deceptive Ribbon names such as Surface, Grading, Parcel, and Alignment.

You…

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In the previous post we talked about some basic issues with Corridor annotation if we rely on Surface Features to generate the annotation. I even proposed a new Surface Group Label that referenced all forms of horizontal control.

In early AutoCAD…

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