The use of object sets provides a way to automate the creation of reports, AutoCAD tables, and 2D drawings and do so with individual objects or a combination of multiple objects.
Quick Report to AutoCAD Table creates a static AutoCAD table and is an easy method to generate it.
Learn the reporting capabilities of Civil 3D objects and the detailed information utilized within the design model. There are numerous settings that can be saved and re-used for consistency.
Part 2 will introduce the various features and tools used to edit and, in some instances, create Civil 3D objects from within Project Explorer.
Have you ever thought how much time would be saved to have immediate access to the information you need? Enter the Autodesk Project Explorer for Civil 3D.
Implementing a new version of Civil 3D across your organization requires planning.
It is common for a person that is using an extensive and complex software product to encounter a situation that requires the use of features that are outside of their normal workflow.
To create an earthwork construction plan in Autodesk Civil 3D, use the Earthwork Plan Production feature found on the Analyze tab of the ribbon and on the Volume and Materials panel.
The Analyze Gravity Network feature in Civil 3D provides a way to resize pipes, reset inverts and computer the Hydraulic and Energy Grade Lines (HGL and EGL) utilizing the HEC-22 2009 standards.
Recently I have been creating Civil 3D styles for transportation projects and was working on labels for the typical section in section view.
Civil 3D 2020 has transitioned to the SQLite format and any previous version survey databases that you need to access in the new version must be converted to SQLite.
When Autodesk released Civil 3D 2019.2 it introduced a new tab on the ribbon for Transparent Commands with larger icons and descriptive text to make them easily identifiable.
There is an assortment of subassemblies that are found in .PKT files (created in the Subassembly Composer) that are not included in the out of the box Tool Palette that can be very helpful
There have been many discussions around how to show the location and elevation of where an alignment of one road crosses or intersects with an alignment of another in profile view.
Detailed design is time consuming and laborious, so we welcome technology that provides a way to simplify and speed up the process.
What are shared views and why should I care about them?