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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

 

In our pursuit of simple publication excellence for AutoCAD Civil 3D, we simply leave no stone unturned.
The forthcoming Release 7 will deliver better linetypes collection resources for AutoCAD Civil 3D customers.
Our Release 6 customers will not be left holding the bag.
Thank you for your on-going support for the

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Release 6, Release 7, linetype, NCS, DGN

If you employ any AutoCAD 2015+ product, you’re ability to view and import DGN is greatly improved. Both Autodesk and Bentley share large State DOT and Federal customers who’ve demanded that the conversion methods between the two CAD platforms work better behind the scenes. In front of the camera, we all potentially benefit.

You do know that you can create AutoCAD Civil…

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Heck. No.
Linetypes work. Hardly anyone needs to mess with linetypes anymore. They are available standard linetypes for almost everything in every CAD discipline. With some adjustment they even work across multiple drafting disciplines. What do you mean by linetype style anyway?

Autodesk, please don’t change what works.

Heck. Yes.
The…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags linetype, Style, WATT

The Production Solution products for AutoCAD Civil 3D cover all the details. This support is provided in-depth and in simple to visualize content as well as in multiple resource files. We provide our customers with more choices that work together in an integrated and easy to understand way. See what's new in Release 6 here.  Read more

Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags linetype, video, ncs 4.0, ncs 5.0, InstantOn

In the previous post we talked about the National CAD Standard (NCS) and International Standards Organization (ISO) recommendations about font faces in our plan sets. Read the In Font of the Face of Horror post.

In larger projects we also might have multiple CAD apps producing the work. Font…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags textstyle, special characters, font, NCS, linetype, symbol, Symbol Set