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If you’re a sports fan, you got to love this last weekend. Both the NBA Finals and the Stanley Cup Finals finished on back to back nights. These championship events clarify the term performance under pressure. When we talk about applied personal and team skill in those contexts, push comes to shove takes on a whole new meaning. This brings me to the question of…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags iPOD, publish on demand, video, training, plotting, pdf, DGN, dwg

One of the great things about AutoCAD Civil 3D is that there are lots of ways to get things done. One of the worst things about Civil 3D is that there are lots of ways to get things done. The power of the Civil 3D Data Behind, the Clout of Style, and this dichotomy is often exemplified by how (well) we employ annotative Label Style.

Substance and Style

Both…

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I do chant in training that Intelligent Publish on Demand – which I shorten to iPOD so you don’t forget it- is really full of Civil 3D skills with thrills. We want and get the way cool Civil 3D experience.

Oh, no. I read recently that the “th” sound may disappear from English in the next 50 years. “Th” sounds will be replaced with “f” and…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags best fit, iPOD, publish on demand, alignment, video

The need for better publication tools for Civil 3D smacks you on the cheek. This is true whether you are a long-time AutoCAD Civil 3D super geek, a CAD manager, or a Civil 3D user. Still struggling with the basics, your first project deliverable, and the ever-elusive Civil 3D template? The need for better publication for Civil 3D is as true today in the latest AutoCAD Civil 3D 2017 release as it…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags publish on demand, publish, Civil 3D, video

July always reminds me of first steps, moonwalks, and moonlight minds. This makes spatial sense. This month we appear to be on sort of an Export points from AutoCAD Civil 3D bender.
In each Export post I keep meaning to put in the following moonstep but always seem to simply run out of room. So with a savage terrier dog draped across my toes in a state of fan-cooled repose,…

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