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Hot on the heals of releasing the EPP trials, I am happy to announce that we have an updated version of the Enhanced Pressure Parts libraries for Civil 3D.
Available for Civil 3D 2020-2022, this is a fully functional (albeit size limited) version that will demonstrate what to expect when working with these libraries.
“The feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable” when adding Uninstalling or adding hotfixes to Autodesk products.
Creating Expression to counteract the Civil 3D Labels Dynamic Heights
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Earlier this month, IMAGINiT released the 2022 version of our SUDAS gravity parts libraries. Read on to find out about all of the enhancements!
Pulling Profile Data from One Drawing to Another via LandXML
Using curved wipeouts in blocks to hide elements behind a block in AutoCAD or Civil 3D.
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Here are a few ways to customize Civil 3D Labels, with examples of a double component label.
One year ago, I posted about the evolving impact that the pandemic was having on the infrastructure design industry, and now that a year has passed, it seems worthwhile to review where we are today.
How to set up a spreadsheet for creating AutoCAD Layer scripts
Adding a custom watermark to Infraworks models
If you want to create a custom command macro out of an AutoCAD script, you’ll need to come up with a keyboard shortcut for the command, find an image for the icon, and do a quick copy and paste.
When labeling Civil 3D Pipe lengths have options for Center to Center or Inside Walls.
When labeling Parcels or Alignment segments, Civil 3D has a shared option for label styles. It can pull from Parcel/Alignment or General collection for label styles.
See how to create a custom pipe slope label that uses the 3D length in Civil 3D.
See how to expand the Dynamo functionality and fill some holes by including a package called the Civil3DToolkit within Civil 3D.
Have you ever wondered how Civil 3D Pipe Network pipes and structures change their appearance?
Due to the fact that these are formatted as SQLITE files, you can imagine that a simple text editor will not do the trick.
Creating Top and Bottom Structure Labels that can be dragged