Infrastructure Universe Mini-Update: Civil 3D 2018 Backward Compatibility
There have been questions about the backward compatibility of objects and drawings in Civil 3D with the new 2018 release. To make it easy, I’ve created a quick chart here to help you with understanding what is backward-compatible, what is not, and what depends. Fill out the short form below to get a copy of this chart!
Read my full post on Autodesk Knowledge Network. Stay tuned for more updates about what’s new for civil infrastructure in Autodesk 2018, and sign up for my monthly Infrastructure Universe newsletter to get updates sent straight to your inbox!
Have you noticed that when you create a new storm system in Autodesk Civil 3D 2015 or 2016 that the darn sumps are all set to 2.0, even when your rules specifiy them to be 0.0? Bill Neuhauser explains how to change this default value in Civil 3D. Learn more:
The newly released Autodesk® Revit® 2017 brings more stability and uptime with improvements to over 100 functions in the program. Revit is made for BIM and, in the 2017 release, features more efficient processes to connect architectural design, MEP and structural engineering. Below is a collection of resources to help you discover what is possible in Revit 2017.
We’re excited to announce the expansion of our team! Joining us in our Scottsdale office is Ron Couillard, a civil infrastructure expert who brings years of experience to his new role on our Professional Services team.
Alignments and profiles are the foundation of most civil engineering projects. Civil 3D users should be comfortable creating both alignments and profiles. In this month’s #InfrastractureTuesday webinar, Tim Long demonstrated how to use alignments and profiles in Civil 3D.
At the Autodesk One Team Conference, held in Las Vegas in March 2018, U.S. CAD received a 2018 Autodesk Platinum Club award in the “Net Subscription Growth – USA” category.
Autodesk 2017 is here and with it comes many new features and tools for building and design professionals. Additionally, the overall building industry is changing rapidly. Discover what these changes mean for you.
Greetings from the Infrastructure Universe! Nope, this is NOT an Aprils Fool’s joke! There is so much to tell you, I barely know where to start… you better grab a coffee and sit down for a few minutes!
The acquisition merges U.S. CAD’s expanded BIM portfolio with Managed Design’s local industry expertise to better serve the needs of the Minnesota AEC community. Learn more about how this integration enhances our shared goal of quality and efficiency.
The 2017 release of iConstruct is here. In addition to the brand-new Model Compare tool, enhancements have been made to existing tools to make iConstruct even more powerful. Read on to learn more about the top four new features and enhancements in the 2017 release of iConstruct.
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 3 of this series.
If you’ve been following the Infrastructure Universe updates so far, you’ve seen lots of updates for Civil 3D, InfraWorks, ReCap, and Navisworks. We also want to bring you up to date on Autodesk Vehicle Tracking (AVT).
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.
In Civil 3D 2018, if you go to the Toolbox tab and expand Miscellaneous Utilities, you will see the category for Surfaces. Under that, you will see Quick Cross Section. Ron Couillard explains how to use the quick cross-section tool to get a fast look at your Civil 3D surfaces.
The annual Autodesk product release is upon us. For users on subscription, products like Revit, 3ds Max, etc. are ready to be downloaded and used right away! Whether you’re an architect, a contractor, an MEP designer, structural engineer or otherwise involved in building design and construction, here’s what’s new for you in Autodesk 2018!
AutoCAD 2018 was officially released on March 21st, 2017, offering several new enhancements, features, and time-savers for the AutoCAD community. With their combined 64 years of experience using AutoCAD, David and KaDe covered 5 major topics: Tech and Performance, UI, PDF Import, Text to MTEXT, and Xrefs updates. Here’s a breakdown: