Each month in the Little Known CAD Commands That Rock series, I highlight some underused commands that I think have some pretty cool uses. Read on for part 2 of this series.
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Have you ever tried to import civil object layer settings from one file to another? Even if you try to use the Styles Import Wizard, those settings aren’t imported. In this video, I will show you how to do this quickly and easily!
There are many tools and functions inside AutoCAD Civil 3D that many users have either never used or have never realized were even there! With a small learning curve, these are tools you can easily master now.
As most CAD users are aware, there are a ton of commands that you have access to in any AutoCAD-based software. Some commands are commonly known among most of users. But what about some other commands that aren't discussed a lot?
External references (xrefs) and data shortcuts (drefs) are two methods of attaching and referencing data from other projects in Civil 3D. In this webinar, I took a look at the advantages and disadvantages of both. Read on to learn more!
Civil 3D 2018.2 brings updates that may have welcome additions for many users. Autodesk has organized these features into three categories: design efficiency, production efficiency, and collaboration and data exchange. Read on for more info!
If you’re a civil designer that receives drawings from clients or consultants who only use AutoCAD, you may be wondering how to pull quantities like plain AutoCAD objects in Civil 3D. Learn how to use the Quantity Takeoff Manager in Civil 3D to help you do this.
Instead of attaching PDFs as underlays in your drawings, you can now import geometries, raster images, and text directly as AutoCAD elements with the PDF Import command. In this video, I walk through how to use the PDF Import tool. I'm using Civil 3D, but this tool is available...