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Lest we forget - One of the most powerful new tools in Civil 3D 2020 is Dynamo for Civil 3D. Autodesk released a new Autodesk Dynamo for Civil 3D 2020 Update 2 right after the new year. The officially supported depth and breadth of the Dynamo scripting support for both raw AutoCAD and Civil 3D is much improved in Update 2.

Cool and important stuff like a…

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Civil engineers and surveyors who employ Autodesk civil software know a thing or two about Description Key Sets. Everyone’s an expert to one level or another by necessity. The DescKey concept and technology has been around a long time back to the old Land Desktop (LTD) days.

Why bother to talk about this topic at all?
“Honey, can we change the channel?”

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The calendar year 2020 portents to be more than the start of a new decade. We all likely expect the 2020 US election to be yet another watershed political event. How did the Playwright put it? “… a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” I trust you do not miss the Solomonic allusion and sardonic irony implied in his famous words from McBeth. He did. Mind you,…

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Autodesk wants civil engineers to start to employ Autodesk Civil 3D in their BIM 360 Design cloud environment. The latest Civil 3D 2020.2 release makes better managed, collaborative, and shared Civil 3D projects possible.

Inquiring minds want to know few important details:

  • How does Civil 3D in the cloud work?
  • Does Civil 3D in the…
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Autodesk and Virgin Hyperloop One announced a new joint development partnership at Autodesk University 2019. The pair announced an alliance to explore new opportunities in extending the value of Building Information Modeling (BIM) for transportation route optimization, improved digital engineering, and construction workflows.

Maybe this means that someday…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags Autodesk University, AU 2019, rail, BIM 360, Civil 3D, Dynamo, video