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Some say Civil 3D creates for us all a struggle between Style management and Style choice.

This statement is a false dichotomy. It’s a straw man argument based on the pretense that more technical control over the details of work correlates to, or is, the same thing as: better management; improved production workflows; and more profitable results.

The One Civil 3D Template…

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The latest Release 7 of the Framework for Civil 3D 2020.1 delivers better production to civil engineers and surveyors from Autodesk Civil 3D 2020.1. The supplied Civil 3D Styles and other supplied resources even work earlier releases of Civil 3D.

The Framework for Civil 3D is an Adaptive Managed System for all the many resources…

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The latest Release 8 of the Framework for Civil 3D 2020.1 delivers better production to civil engineers and surveyors from Autodesk Civil 3D 2020.1. The supplied Civil 3D Styles and other supplied resources even work earlier releases of Civil 3D.

The Framework for Civil 3D is an Adaptive Managed System for all the many resources…

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One of the miracles of modern model-based, Style-managed software is the CAD Standards consistency, flexibility, and adaptive interoperability the innovative use of these technologies can provide to us and our clients. For too many folks in Civil 3D Land, the more immediate problem is to get to and maintain any set of consistent CAD Standards for Civil 3D.

Despite the marketplace sales hype,…

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It is no great secret that the Autodesk Civil 3D dev team is no longer making Civil 3D Object Model changes primarily in the new numbered year Releases. Say what? Maybe, you missed that? You can’t blame them. They apparently have enough other things to deal with in those new releases each year. We all get that. Civil 3D sits atop both Map 3D Toolset and the core AutoCAD engine.

Frankly,…

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