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…Read more
Better software tools can certainly automate a lot of the drudgery in civil engineering design and survey tasks. That’s a good thing. That is often reason enough to buy and upgrade your Civil 3D. We are waiting for the Civil 3D 2020.1 Update after all.
Our intention to increase our reported speed to results in Civil 3D can directly get in the path of better results. Speed…Read more
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…Read more
Our customers tell us time after time that the Framework for Civil 3D saves them tons of work and endless hassle. The Framework makes them looks great at the same time they are able to meet the production demands of more diverse projects, save many man-hours, and make more profit.
For our government and public sector customers that means their staff now perform the more…Read more
A recent Framework for Civil 3D customer posed a fascinating question this week.
“You’re the Civil 3D wizard.
What are a couple of things that Civil 3D does that people completely miss?”
Perhaps flattery works.
A Sweaty Summer School for Civil 3D
Here’s a written summary of my more than you ever wanted to know answer…Read more