Civil Solutions Applications Expert<br><br>As a software applications expert I provides knowledgeable and competent support and training, specializing in AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Infraworks, Advance Steel, ReCap, Pix4D and Leica's suite of point cloud tools including Register 360 and Cyclone Model.
There are a couple of different ways to bring your Civil 3D information in to Navisworks. The easiest is to use the exporter.
In the 2022 version of Autodesk’s ReCap software a couple of new tools have been added which add some much needed functionality to ReCap
In the 2017 version Autodesk’s Civil 3D they introduced a new feature which stores the geometry of a referenced surface in a drawing when using data references.
Two new features to aid in collaboration are Trace and Share. Both use the AutoCAD web platform as the base for their collaboration.
When you want to give your civil designs much more visual impact, one option you have is to take them in to Autodesk’s 3ds Max
When working in Autodesk’s Civil 3D and AutoCAD there are a few different ways that you can add a mask around the label.
This tech tip video walks through setting point clouds in ReCAP using files imported from a Leica Geosystems BLK360 scanner.
See how the Civil 3D Utility works in this short video.
One of the cool features included in Autodesk’s ReCap Pro software is the ability to share your project with people not on your network, or people that don’t have ReCap Pro
How can I hide objects (on the same layers as those that I don't want to hide) in different viewports?
One of the nice features of Autodesk’s ReCap Pro software is the ability to clean up point clouds by removing any points you don’t want to remain in your model.