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The title for this post sounds almost like a car finish product. Go on down to the box store and pick up some Surface Care today. Civil 3D Surface Care is in the aisle next to that beer sold by dem Artesians. You remember the Artesians? Don’t you? Ok. Maybe not. You should.

The Artesian tv spots were the best of the 80’s beer commercials. You have to wonder…

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Autodesk continues the August flood of the Civil 3D 2019.1 release cycle products. When the blitz happens it feels like we’re installing a new Autodesk update for something else every day. This is a good news bad news thing. It’s good the updates come out and mostly make our work easier. It’s bad that we still have to pay a bit more attention than we’d like to all of this.

Does…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Civil 3D 2019, Update, geotechnical, River and Flood, DGN, landxml

At present we all probably have Parcels on our mind to one degree or another. It is Christmas time after all. I admit that you’re probably not considering the Civil 3D kind of Parcels favored in subdivision work. Those may make you grimace. Mind you. I’m no Grinch.

My point is that there are many ways in AutoCAD Civil 3D to deliver the Parcel goods whether you be a design civil engineering…

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A couple of folks hit me up right away for more help on Best Fit Alignment and Best Fit Profile tools details in Civil 3D. I get it. We all get caught up in the recent Rehab Corridors post series and videos. The Rehab Corridors series and new AutoCAD…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags alignment, best fit, segment, landxml, iPOD, Civil 3D 2018, rehab, video

Back on January 19, 2016 LandXML.org announced an enhanced schema for the latest draft of LandXML 2.0. If you pay attention to the listed details below from the LandXML front page (see below), you’ll notice a lots of things that might be applicable to Infraworks 360, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and Navisworks.…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags landxml, geoJASON, Civil 3D, Infraworks