Autodesk released Civil 3D 2020.2 Update last week and then re-released a new build of Update 2 a couple of days later. Oops. I can only guess someone discovered some fault in the sexy new BIM 360 Civil 3D projects in the cloud tools that are the big new thing in Civil 3D 2020.2. More on that in a bit. Who knows what? I searched in vain for Civil 3D Object Model…Read more
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…Read more
Last time, I went and talked about some dicey nuts and bolts of Civil 3D standards interoperability issues. One way or another we all must deal with these. Autodesk drops the Civil 3D standards interoperability issues bang down on the counter. Here’s your chewy-grounds coffee and a plate of swimming pigs in a blanket delivered by a gum-smacking, white-nailed waitress…Read more
The Autodesk Civil programming group and others spent a good part of the last programming year working on the improved interoperability between Autodesk and ESRI applications. They also invested in their own internal software interop challenges in be it in Civil 3D, Map 3D, Infraworks, BIM 360, and some Extensions and Addons. If we do the work to make the code work in the daily grind for our clients,…Read more
Let’s face it. Some Updates to Autodesk Civil 3D are pretty much a no brainer. A new full release of Civil 3D may introduce new unforeseen problems into your project work and workflows. But those incremental Civil 3D Updates often fix important problems in the software.
The recent Civil 3D 2019.3 Update qualifies as one of those important no-brainer Updates.…Read more