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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

 

You could argue that all of the consideration of workflows in Civil 3D is merely a result of the considerable depth of function built into the software. Civil 3D does have a virtual feast of inherent capability for civil engineers and surveyors.

You could also argue that this attention is unwarranted. The emphasis is only necessary because of the strange mix of old and new interface design…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags training, bucket, implementation, Civil 3D, data, project

All too often our human propensity to want to employ the AutoCAD tools we know tends to get in the way of productive work. People tend to think we use AutoCAD to draw pictures. But AutoCAD uses data to create pictures which is something entirely different. AutoCAD Civil 3D employs structured data to allow Civil 3D users to create representative, interactive models which is dissimilar yet again.

When…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags data, spreadsheet, WATT

Does it help to go to the end of things to discover how to make a better beginning?

We’ve been talking about the Alignment as the Design Control Manager for AutoCAD Civil 3D. The principals and concepts of Publish on…

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Anyone who trains and helps folks in AutoCAD Civil 3D runs into the “All in one” drawing. In this drawing the user builds the existing surface. The drawing also contains the design alignment and profile data too. Maybe they even get as far as an attempt to build a roadway rehabilitation corridor to repave that city street. Maybe at that point they realize they are stuck. How do they test options…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags data shortcut, data reference, Project Management

Twitter IPO was a success in late 2013. Social media, stock price, and market cap hype aside what else the company managed to accomplish in the few short years while getting there is most significant.

While People Were Watching

Twitter Bootstrap CSS became the predominate language of the Style for the web and elsewhere. How CSS does this technically is almost

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags big data, twitter, hadoop, css