In the October 10th Infrastructure Tuesday webinar, Nick Harper discussed four ways that you can coordinate data between Revit and Civil 3D. Read on to learn how you can share your project data in a meaningful way.
In the September 5th Infrastructure Tuesday webinar, Aaron Powell discussed three infrequently used tools and features inside Civil 3D you can use to reduce the size of your surfaces in Civil 3D and, consequently, speed up your drawings.
At the upcoming Infrastructure Tuesday webinar on Sept. 5th, U.S. CAD Senior Technical Specialist Aaron Powell will be sharing expert tips & tricks for working with surfaces in Civil 3D. In this video, he gives a sneak peek of how he was able to reduce an existing surface to a workable size without losing information.
Even though LiDAR has been around for decades, it’s not uncommon to encounter firms that aren’t using point clouds at all, especially in civil infrastructure design and construction. In the August Infrastructure Tuesday webinar, Nick Harper dove into some of the key new features and updates from Autodesk this year for point cloud processing, specifically for civil infrastructure.
At the upcoming Infrastructure Tuesday webinar on July 11th, U.S. CAD Solutions Consultant Ron Couillard will be giving a first-hand look at what’s new in Civil 3D 2018. In this video, Ron gives a sneak peak at one of the new features he’ll be discussing in the webinar.
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In our increasingly connected world, effective “collaboration” becomes more critical to businesses everywhere. But what does collaboration mean for the construction industry? Here are some ways that companies in the construction industry are collaborating to improve project outcomes.
In their “Civil 3D 2018 New Features” Skype chat, CADLearning’s Infrastructure Content Manager Heidi Boutwell and U.S. CAD’s Senior Technical Specialist KaDe King shared their favorite new updates to the Civil 3D 2018 release.