Enhanced Pressure Parts Libraries for Civil 3D Trials Now Available!

January 5, 2022 Joe Hedrick, LS, EIT

On July 15, 2021, IMAGINiT officially launched our Enhanced Pressure Parts Libraries for Civil 3D and the response has been amazing!  For everyone who has taken advantage of this subscription offering already, please keep a close eye on this blog as we will soon be releasing an update that will resolve a few hiccups as well as introduce more sizes.

As we have spoken with clients over the past 6 months, the question about a trial comes up often.  I am very happy to announce that over the holiday break, we created a trial version of this offering.  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.  Once installed, the trial will add an additional library to Civil 3D that can be utilized in new or existing pressure parts lists.  These pipes and fittings are fully functional and can be used in conjunction with the new path based layout functionality within Autodesk Civil 3D.

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

P.S.  If you missed the launch of this offering last year, a recording of the presentation can be found here.

About the Author

Joe Hedrick, LS, EIT

Infrastructure Solutions Team Manager<br><br>As a manager for IMAGINiT’s Infrastructure Solutions team, Joe manages the civil and survey application engineers across most of the US, all of Canada, and provides Autodesk civil engineering and survey implementation consulting services. <br><br> With years of experience in land surveying and civil engineering, Joe has hands-on skills with field data collection, site design and layout, residential subdivision design, secondary roadway design, and land planning.

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