Autodesk Civil Training on the Web
Useful Civil Training Videos from YouTube and elsewhere
A curated library of the best Civil 3D, Dynamo for Civil 3D, and Infraworks Training Videos
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Add Contour Data Setting Options
USCAD's James Lord steps through the functionality and tips to Add Contour Data to a Civil 3D Surface model.
From James Lord's AKN page
See James Lord's YouTube channel
See James Lord's blog on USCAD.com
James covers some handy and functional settings tricks for the Add Contour Data to a surface command in Civil 3D.
The video does a good job to both explain and show the results of the various Add Contour Data command settings.
Civil 3D Design Automation with Dynamo
Paolo Emilio Serra, Autodesk Implementation Consultant, covers how the mechanics and benefits of how Dynamo for Civil 3D 2020 work.
From the Autodesk Infrastructure YouTube Channel.
A webinar with a good overview of Dynamo for Civil 3D mechanics with the high level details and useful examples to implement Dynamo magic in Civil 3D.
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