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Everyone who does roadway rehabilitation work for a living recognizes immediately there’s more to the story than can be covered in a quick demo of the basics of the new Civil 3D 2018.1 Rehab Tools. We walked through the essential dynamic Rehab Assembly functional details in a Civil 3D Survey context in the

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags rehab, Civil 3D 2018, Update, corridors, alignment, design, video, survey, figure, surface

The latest and greatest AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018.1 Update includes new Rehab Corridor tools. There many city, county, and township road departments that employ the Framework for Civil 3D. I get questions about the new Rehab Corridor tools for good reason. Maintenance rehab projects are so common and such…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags rehab, corridors, Civil 3D 2018, Update, design, alignment, survey, survey db, figure, video

We talked Civil 3D gone wild recently. We explored our ability to improve our daily productivity by the use of repetitive patterns and the logical NOT tool in our Survey Codes, Description Keys, and Point Group definitions in the post NOT Keys in Civil 3D.

The practical realities of Not Key patterns

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We wrapped up a previous post about the interpreted nature of point data in AutoCAD Civil 3D and the Civil 3D Point Display Priority Strategy with an argument that the Pareto principal, the famous 80 20 Rule, applies to our civil engineering…

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A couple of months ago I received a surprising comment from a new Framework for Civil 3D customer. The firm is a pretty typical regional civil engineering and survey firm with multiple offices. They have a wide-ranging professional portfolio that seems to span a good number of common civil disciplines.

The folks in the AEC firm have been using Civil 3D since release 2012.…

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