It is a new year in Civil 3D Land. Civil 3D will change this year. There will be a new Autodesk Civil 3D 2024 Release. That upgrade is due to arrive during the Annual Autodesk Rite of Spring. We’ll see a new AutoCAD 2024 before then. The new software will be delivered with the usual rashers of ease-of-use goodies and promises of…Read more
The cadpilot website is one of the longest running, deepest, and largest technical sites on the web dedicated to all things Autodesk Civil 3D and associated AEC Collection products. If you work in Civil 3D Land, odds are you’ve probably paid us a visit.
Lots of folks do enjoy a flavor of the Framework for Civil 3D.
The Virtual Autodesk University 2021 event is on-going. AU 2021 is free. There is no registration fee for AU 2021. You might want to take advantage of the horde of live and recorded AU 2021 session educational and training content that is available. The virtues of Zoom and other forms of stream aside, a virtual Autodesk University is not the same as the live in-person events of…Read more
Autodesk Civil 3D is a virtual feast of fundamental capabilities for civil engineers and surveyors. We can easily debate whether the resultant Civil 3D complexity is the result of the considerable depth of function built into the software or whether the sheer number of potential Civil 3D workflows is an obstacle to users all by itself.
We could also argue that such attention is unwarranted.…Read more
This spring the cadpilot website zoomed past a couple of significant milestones in Civil 3D Land. Silly Me. I hardly noticed. You know the problem. We all suffer from that head down focus thing when we are trying to get the latest project out the door.
“Honey? Wasn’t that our offramp ?”Read more