Jump On C3D Blog

A blog about Civil 3D method and practice, Civil 3D Templates, Civil 3D Styles, C3D Management, and Civil 3D customization

 

People often ask me what makes the Framework for Civil 3D special and different. In fairness everyone wants an answer that speaks to their current need. Let’s just call it - the state of their Civil 3D usage.

If you are a Civil 3D newbie crawling up out of Eagle Point or something, you look at the entire Civil 3D templates and Civil 3D styles challenge a…

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You gotta love new Autodesk tools. They do tend to make the Civil 3D expert in us become a newbie with a click or two. This happens to me. It happens to you. Sometimes it’s actually the deep dark past, and not the new, that provides the proverbial rock we stumble over. Perhaps this short post about my most recent face plant will spare a few folks this sort of embarrassment and the ever-present specter…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags tools, spreadsheet, AutoLISP, Civil 3D 2019, script, scriptcall, CAD Standards

No matter what release of Civil 3D you want to run, you can bet that the Framework for Civil 3D runs on it. You can also bet on the fact that the Jump Kit you already own will also continue to also improve over time.

All our Framework for Civil 3D customers have to do is show up to download the new goodies.…

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Our relentless pursuit of a better and more useable AutoCAD Civil 3D continues. The upcoming Release 8 of the Framework for Civil 3D will include NCS 6.0 Layer System compliance built-in. In truth, Release 8 will support multiple variants of the NCS out of the box. This robust, adaptive, and flexible approach to Civil 3D…

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Someone recently complained to me that their current budget didn’t allow for the training of new employees and staff training for latest AutoCAD Civil 3D release upgrades. Trust me, even if you do have the budget, it is never enough. Skilled, professional Civil 3D folk are hard to find. All the trends say that this human resource problem will only get worse. When skilled people…

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