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What is the ADREFMAN.EXE
Jerry Bartels of Autodesk explains what the AutoCAD Reference Manager is and How to employ it.
from the Civil Imersion blog.
The XREF manager is too easy to forget about. Talk about hiding in the Start Menu issues.
Three Part Series on Civil 3D and SSA Basics
John Sayre from Autodesk provides the essentials of Civil 3D and Storm and Sewer Analysis workflows.
This is a three part series. Use the list icon to pick the video to watch.
From the ADSKInfrastruction Channel on YouTube
- Video 1 - Setup and Settings
- Video 2 - Detention Pond Design and Workflow
- Video 3 - Storm Water and Pipes and Inlets Workflows
The initial build of your Pipes and Parts Lists isn't really covered in proper depth, but you do get the important concepts.
As with all things Civil 3D a thought out Setup and Execution Plan is a must.
Get the Framework for Civil 3D and get a great head start.
How to Set Volumetric Gaps for Civil 3D Corridors
Alan Gilbert of Autodesk explains both the Why and How of Volume Gap Control mechanics
inside of Civil 3D Corridors from the Civil Imersion blog.
The video aptly clarifies "missed by that much" volume errors when corridors include areas you do not want processed.