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

 

What does a Code Set Style do in Civil 3D?
I tend to answer that well-built Code Set Styles work for you or a bad Code Set Style drives you completely bonkers. Most Civil 3D users can probably say amen to that. We can all probably attest that the many purposes of Code Set Style in Civil 3D sneaks up on you.

Maybe this image works for you - Think of the Code Set Style

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When we speak of roadway design in AutoCAD Civil 3D we’re talking about Corridors and the often dicey details of Code Set Styles, Subassemblies, and Assemblies. Oops. That’s not true. Corridor solutions in AutoCAD Civil 3D do all types of grading solutions with typically more control and better results than other methods. They didn’t…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags corridor, Assembly, Subassembly, subassembly composer

It’s Production Solution upgrade time. I chatted with a customer about his Jump Kit upgrade last week. He was particularly concerned that we were still supplying our additional Imperial Assembly Tool Palettes for AutoCAD Civil 3D. Yep. Even I forget to mention some of the way cool stuff that’s in there.

Thank you for customers!

AASHTO Assemblies

We’ve…

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Almost everyone agrees that Corridors are one of Civil 3D’s design strengths. Autodesk continues to push the envelope in the 2013 release of AutoCAD Civil 3D. The Corridor Feature benefits significantly from the new ACAD DWG and tweaked display engine that’s under the hood in Civil 3D 2013.
Take a test Drive and see for yourself. It’s now possible to Drive off-road too. The Drive command…

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Over the weekend there were a lot of sacks in both college and pro football. 
These days there are also a growing number of of another type of SAC. Just so you know...

 

My friend Chris at civilreminders.com has released some new Subassembly Composer based subassemblies for standard CalTrans AC curbs, typical retaining walls, and More. Chris is the current professional Civil…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags DOT, structures, Assembly, Subassembly, subassembly composer