In this video (part 2 of 3 of the series), we are going to utilize the property set data created in the previous video and utilize it in Civil 3D labels. Learn More: https://resources.imaginit.com/ci
Learn the process of utilizing property set information in table styles in Civil 3D.
Learn about automated property set data in Civil 3D as a way to extend the benefit of working in a model-based environment.
See how BIM 360 Design and BIM 360 Docs can be leveraged to move existing data sharing workflows with Data Shortcuts to the cloud.
Join us as we introduce the SUDAS Gravity Structure Library for Autodesk® Civil 3D®. This new library provides organizations required to utilize this standard streamlined workflows and enhanced benefi
Compare options available to Civil Engineering professionals to collaborate effectively on projects and manage the vast amounts of data created.
Check out the newest features and enhancement in IMAGINiT Utilities for Civil 3D 2021, now compatible with Autodesk Civil 3D 2021.
Compare and contrast data management products provided by Autodesk for Civil 3D.
See the options available for Civil 3D users to manage project data using Autodesk Vault.
See all of the tools available in IMAGINiT Utilities for Civil 3D 2020.
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This cloud-based extension now runs outside of Civil 3D. You can find it in the Autodesk folder of your start menu.
When data referencing sample line groups, Civil 3D will now automatically create references to the sampled sources within the sample lines if references do not already exist in the drawing.
During the course of a design, it is very useful to display “linear” crossings in profile view.
Transparent commands have been in Civil 3D since the beginning versions but still remain a highly underutilized part of the program.
Let’s face it, most of us ultimately create PDF’s of our plans for submittal purposes, archival purposes, or to just have the ability to disseminate the design to a larger audience.
In the civil engineering world, we don’t tend to think about revisions the way that Vault does out of the box. Most of us don’t produce rev 1, 2, or 3 or A, B, or C of drawings.
At the core of this approach is that folders are assigned a category that in turn drive the lifecycle (active, complete, etc.) of the folder (project).