VDOT Gravity Parts for Civil 3D Trials Now Available!

January 21, 2022 Joe Hedrick, LS, EIT

On July 15, 2021, IMAGINiT officially launched our VDOT Gravity Parts Library for Civil 3D.  As I have had the opportunity to speak with different companies over the last 6 months about the offering, the desire to have a trial has come up in the conversations more than once.  Similar to our Enhanced Pressure Parts trials, I am happy to announce that we new have trials available for the VDOT Gravity Parts as well!

Available for Civil 3D 2021 and 2022, this is a fully functional (albeit size limited) version that will demonstrate the benefits and what to expect when working with parts created with Autodesk Inventor and Infrastructure Parts Editor.   A few of the benefits are the ability to separate structure insertion points from pipe connection points as well as being able to have multiple pipes connect to the same wall of a structure.  Once installed, the trial will add an additional library to Autodesk Civil 3D.

The trial library is easily uninstalled when you decide to upgrade to the full version.


Please contact me or your IMAGINiT Account Manager for more information!


About the Author

Joe Hedrick, LS, EIT

Solutions Architect<br><br>As a Solutions Architect, Joe assists clients in developing implementation plans for Autodesk Infrastructure products as well as provides consulting services. <br><br>Joe has over 25 years of experience in land surveying and civil engineering encompassing field-data collection, site design and layout, residential subdivision design, and land planning. He is an EIT and a licensed land surveyor in Virginia, and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. <br><br>

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