Several State Departments of Transportation have adopted Civil 3D and provided state kits. Is your firm ready to work with the new technology and workflows required? Nicholas Edwin walks through several options for adopting Civil 3D to support DOT work.
Paving the Way for Collaboration on Civil Projects
IMAGINiT's Nicholas Edwin discusses the most effective methods for distributed civil engineering teams to w...
Get more from Civil 3D with IMAGINiT Utilities - Q&A Session
Learn the answers to the questions during the Get More from Civil 3D with IMAGINiT Utilities webinar.
ProductivityNOW Standard Brochure
Get technical support from IMAGINiT for Autodesk software by phone, email, and online. Help for AutoCAD, Revit, Inventor, Civil 3D, and more
Smooth Surface versus Smooth Contours in Civil 3D
akn_Include, Civil 3D, Grading, TIN, Smooth Surface, Smooth Contours, Natural Neighbor Interpolation, Kriging,
Resolve Crossing Breaklines in Civil 3D
Bryant Quinney | Senior Applications Expert During surface creation and modeling within Autodesk Civil 3D, breaklines can sometimes cross each other, possibly preventing the correct surface...
Tips on Using Peak Rate Factor in Autodesk Storm and Sanitary Analysis 2020
Randy McCollum | Applications Expert Starting with the 2020 release of Storm and Sanitary Analysis, Autodesk has made it possible to alter the Peak Rate Factor (PRF) when using TR-20 or TR-55...
Identifying Pipe Network Connectivity Issues with Map Topology in Civil 3D/Map 3D 2020
Randy McCollum | Applications Expert For a small pipe network, you might be able to tell it is fully connected and logically flowing in the right direction just by doing a simple visual inspection...
Assigning Minimum Pipe Slopes in Civil 3D Pipe Networks
Randy McCollum | Applications Expert As a designer, you already know that the minimum allowable slope for a pipe is a function of three things: The material of the pipe or internal lining in...
Civil 3D: Linecoding Part 3
This is the last in a 3-part video series that explores coding techniques and looks at predetermining linework as breaklines.
Civil 3D: Linecoding Part 2
This is the 2nd in a 3-part video series that explores advanced coding techniques and looks at predetermining linework as parcel lines.
Leveraging Plant 3D Catalogs to Build Content in Civil 3D
See the options for bringing Plant 3D pressure pipe catalogs into Civil 3D. We'll walk you through downloading a catalog and testing the parts out in Civil 3D, as well as the key steps and software's
IMAGINiT Utilities for Civil 3D: Pipe Elevation Tool
See how the Utility works in this short video.
Staggering Section View Labels for Transportation in Civil 3D
Brian Johnson | Applications Expert Recently I have been creating Civil 3D styles for transportation projects and was working on labels for the typical section in section view. The purpose of the...
Civil 3D Surface from GIS Contours
Creating a Surface from GIS contour data can result in very large surfaces. With a simple MAPCLEAN command we are able to reduce the surface to one tenth of the original size.
Boss Engineering Maximizes CAD Investment to Improve Efficiency & Profitability
Boss Engineering improved its use of Civil 3D with standard styles and templates as well as training for the entire team.
Data Management for Civil/Survey
During this webcast we discuss the options available for Civil 3D users to manage their project data using Autodesk Vault. We'll show you how you can: • Share data internally across multiple offices
This video is the first of a 3 part series dealing with line coding within Civil 3D. This part introduces Line coding, looks at Linework Codesets and Figure Prefix Databases and covers the elementary
Civil 3D 2020 Survey Database Update
Brian Johnson | Applications Expert With the release of Civil 3D 2020, there is an update to the Survey Database format. In prior versions the database format was Microsoft SQL Server Compact (SQL...
Civil 3D: Rail Module Part 1
In this two-part series, we will explore the Rail Module available within Autodesk® Civil 3D® 2019 to facilitate the layout and design of railways, turnouts, crossovers, etc. Using an alignment...
Overview of IMAGINiT Utilities for Civil 3D 2020
In this one-hour session, Joe Hedrick reviews all of the tools available in IMAGINiT Utilities for Civil 3D 2020. Learn more at www.imaginit.com/utilitiesforcivil3d
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