New in Civil 3D 2018 Videos
The link to the Civil 3D 2018 Announcement
Here’s the link to the public What’s New page that includes brief descriptions, pictures, and videos of Civil 3D.
New Features page on the on-line AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018 Help.
What's New in 2018 demo videos are available on the ADSKInfrastructure YouTube Channel
Remember you can hop to any video on the list from the list icon
Autodesk staff produce a wide range of video content for a product release.
Some is product sales demo, but a lot of the staff recordings, video lists, and channels include useful application training and helpful tips and tricks for Infrastructure products.
Content that is significant video training is listed here.
Please visit included links to the original postings. Those may contain details not included here for the sake of brevity.
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Autodesk's Alan Gilbert walks through how to employ Superelevation with the Civil 3D 2018.1 Rehab Corridor tools.
Jeff Bartel's video on how to employ Superelevation on tangents mentioned in the video.
Alan's use of a classic Superelevation trick employed in the context of the Civil 3D 2018.1 Rehab Corridor tools is useful.
The take away - You get the benefit of different Slope Control without lots of different Regions.
The Videos is this Series
- Overview Rehab Corridors in 2018.1
- Rehab Corridors with Lane Widening
- Rehab Corridors and Superelevation
- Rehab Corridors Lane Offsets and Targets
My in-depth series on the Rehab Tools begins with
Rehab Corridors from Civil 3D Survey
Fix Broken XREF Paths in 2018
Ron Couillard of USCAD demonstrates how to employ the new XREF Manager right click menu tools - Select New Path and Find and Replace to set new XREF paths in Civil 3D 2018.
From the USCADBuilding YouTube channel
and Ron Couilard's blog on USCAD.com
Priceless. A core 2018 AutoCAD new feature for XREF management that is too easy to forget... until you need it.
Alan Gilbert of Autodesk briefly demos the new in AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018.2 right to left Profile creation functionality.
Please note the mentioned use of slope definition that is still defined by the classic left to right direction.