Jump On Civil 3D Blog

A blog about Civil 3D method and practice, Civil 3D Templates, Civil 3D Styles, Civil 3D Management, and Civil 3D customization

 

Civil 3D Styles can be mystifying. So many details and picky little properties that can overwhelm and confuse the best of us. As one valiant City staffer put it,

"I'm mired in Styles."

Hear this from a Jump customer,
"Get the Jump and fo' geta 'bout it."

Now you just have to explain and train your fellow ACAD or LDT experts what Civil…

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“There is one “I” in BIM and two “I”s in CIVIL for a reason.

Information without applied intelligence is contrary to both polite discourse and the public well-being.

The Communication of Information that creates Vision for the Individual is the language of Life. ”

-TT…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags BIM, civil, management, performance, leadership

We all get to play phone tag. It happens to me. It happens to you. You know you REALLY need to talk to person A. They know they NEED to talk to you, but the OTHER stuff gets in the way. We finally talk.

Build Me a Standard

I do a bit of AutoCAD Civil 3D Standards consulting for City and County (or Township) government agencies. Well, Da! I've been doing this kind of work for a long…

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A politician, a lawyer and a banker walk into a bar together. They sit down and the bartender pours them all a top shelf drink for free.

They ask, "Why did you do that?"

The bartender and owner says, "I know you all. It's cheaper than the alternative..."

Along with 110 million other people I watched the Super Bowl with my family and friends. Like a lot of…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags WATT, Super Bowl, management, prediction

How do you track Civil 3D Style Issues?
I get this question More often than most for pretty obvious reasons. It's a good question.

One of the best TOOLS to do this YOU actually get for FREE along with your AutoCAD Civil 3D. The problem is most Civil 3D users:
    A) Don't Use It or even How to use It
    B) Think the TOOL does something that THEY…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags dwf, markup, Style Management, customization, implementation