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 Create Editable Revit Families from Corridor Subassembly Shapes

Create Editable Revit Families from Corridor Subassembly Shapes



Paolo Emilio Serra, Autodesk Implementation Consultant, demonstrates how to leverage Dynamo and the CivilConnection library to create editable Revit Families from Civil 3D Corridor Subassembly Shapes.
From Paolo Serra's AKN page


Paolo employs a complex railway example with cant applied in this example. Many of us might wish for a curb and gutter or retaining wall example to chew on.
This is an in-depth and instructive walkthrough of Paolo's Iron Python script code with the significant issuues, structures, mechanics, methods, and details.

Paolo's AKN page listed above includes other Dynamo for Civil related videos you will find instructive.


 The Best Map 3D Tools for Civil 3D Projects

The Best Map 3D Tools for Civil 3D Projects



Seth Cohen of Digital Drafting Systems Inc walks through a review of the many useful and powerful Map 3D Tools for use in Civil 3D Projects.
From the Digital Drafting Systems Inc YouTube Channel.


Seth does a great job of covering the best of Map 3D functionality and tools in Civil 3D without getting bogged down in the details.
Seth covers the best of Map 3D in less than an hour. No small challenge. His large Surfaces from Map Attached drawing Queries is alone worth a look see here.

Map 3D is one of the best things built into Civil 3D that many ignore and therefore work way too hard.
This is best Map 3D tools overview I have seen in a long time. Thanks Seth!
If you don't use MAPCLEAN on a regular basis, we can only ask, "What Are You Thinking?"


 Quicker Civil 3D Corridors with Contextual Tools

Quicker Civil 3D Corridors with Contextual Tools



Autodesk's Jeff Bartels demos how to employ some of the many Corridor contextual modeling tools in recent versions of Civil 3D to build an intersection.
From the Jeff Bartels YouTube Channel.
and the Civil Immersion blog.


Ok Jeff. The Intersection wizard might have been quicker in this case but intersection mechanics is not the topic of the video.
Jeff's real point is, of course, the Corridor, Baseline, and Region tools in the Ribbon and the Right Click menus. Great stuff.
The main Corridors edit and construction box is probably used more in much older courseware because the Civil 3D interface and tools change more in little but important ways. These tools have improved significantly since the 2018 release.
Did Jeff use Connected Alignments to create the Curb Return geometry control. It is easy to tell, isn't it?
We do have to regularly question and challenge our habits and workflows to make better use of the software tools.