Civil 3D Pipes

Civil 3D Pipes Video Training

Useful and Essential Civil Training from Civil 3D Pipe and Pressure Pipe Experts and Consultants

    Civil 3D experts and consultants produce a wide range of Pipes specific video content. This pages features videos about both Gravity and Pressure Network tasks in Civil 3D.
    These may range from the very basic to advanced topics.

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 Setup Civil 3D for Stormwater Design

Setup Civil 3D for Stormwater Design

7/23/2021

 

Bryan Tanner, a Technical Specialist at ATG, delivers an walkthrough of the many Civil 3D Style necessities for Stormwater design in Civil 3D.
From the ATG YouTube Channel.

Comments

Bryan covers some great Civil 3D Style examples that clarify how Civil 3D Styles make our daily work easier or more difficult.

 

 Infrastructure Parts Editor and Inventor for Civil 3D

Infrastructure Parts Editor and Inventor for Civil 3D

5/25/2021

 

Joe Hedrick, a Technical Specialist at IMAGINiT, delivers a Civil Engineers Guide to Navigating Autodesk Inventor and the Infrastructure Parts Editor.
This is a decent tutorial on what you need to know and do to create custom gravity and pressure pipe parts for Civil 3D and/or Infraworks.
From the IMAGINiT YouTube Channel.

Comments

More than a few useful need to know essentials to help demystify the Parts Editor, the Inventor basics, and the entire customization process mechanics.
Remember the most important fact - "It is easier to edit than create."

 

 Combined Surface Mechanics in Civil 3D

Combined Surface Mechanics in Civil 3D

5/12/2021

 

Kyle Groves, a Technical Specialist at ATG, delivers an instructional walkthrough of of combined surface mechanics in Civil 3D.
From the ATG YouTube Channel.

Comments

Thanks, Kyle. Nice of you to cover the mission critical nature of the Surface model's Edit stack order.
It might be a better idea to create and maintain your combined surface models in a separate project drawing(s). Then employ them as DREFs in your design and publish drawings.
Managing the surface model's data interactions and potential updates is easier to create, maintain, and update that way.