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Autodesk officially released Autodesk Civil 3D 2022 and the many related Autodesk Civil Infrastructure interoperability, production, and design development tools this week. Needless to say, there are some new important civil engineering and survey production goodies built into the latest Civil 3D 2022. More on those Civil 3D improvements in just…

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You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out the annual Autodesk Right of Spring and product release is about to begin. A new, cloudy host of Autodesk software will hit the street real soon now. The misty-eyed folks will dance around the May pole and declare the new power and majesty of the standing stones.
If not, Autodesk shareholders will soon headhunt some Autodesk…

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The Virtual Autodesk University 2020 event is still on-going. AU 2020 is free. There is no registration fee for AU 2020. You might want to take advantage of the horde of recorded AU 2020 session content that is available. My guess is that Autodesk will tally  over 100,000 event attendees worldwide when AU 2020 is all said and done. That is 10 times the number of…

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At times I joke a bit about the Feature Lines Only design crowd in Civil 3D. I do this to contrast classic and manual Feature Line construction and manipulation methods with the advantages of managed Corridor Design methodologies that can produce multiple and controlled Feature Lines on demand. This is not a binary choice. Obviously, civil engineering folks need…

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We all have things we want changed in Civil 3D. If you live and work in Civil 3D Land, you probably have more than a few Civil 3D Wish List items. I do. You do too. Some of those whines and moans are related to things Civil 3D cannot do yet. Others to the stuff Civil 3D cannot do very well from our perspective.

How we choose to work habitually matters significantly…

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