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!
Revit 2019 is finally here! Check out my conversation with CADLearning’s Building Content Manager Jason Boehning about some of our favorite new features and what they’ll mean for Revit users.
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!
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.
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!
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.
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 4 of this series.
In this video, catch a sneak peek from the upcoming Nov. 7th Infrastructure Tuesday webinar to see how KaDe King, one of U.S. CAD’s AutoCAD experts, sets up dimensions as annotative objects in a simple AutoCAD drawing.
Newport Beach, California, April 30, 2015 – The San Diego Big BIM Event, a half-day seminar hosted by U.S. CAD and designed to introduce new 2016 BIM and CAD technologies, successfully attracted over 120 attendees to its annual BBQ and networking event.
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.
Bluebeam Revu now offers improved options for Studio Sessions. Now, the number of files in a session has now been raised from 100 to 5000, and individual file sizes went from 100 megabytes to one gigabyte each! Learn more:
The much anticipated Bluebeam Revu 2015.5 is out! Troy DeGroot shares some of the most anticipated features, plus a how-to on upgrading. Read more from Troy DeGroot to learn about the Revu 2015.5 updates:
Newport Beach, California, February 25, 2014 – U.S. CAD, an Autodesk Gold Partner, today announced that it has earned the new Civil Infrastructure Specialization designation for value added resellers from Autodesk, Inc., a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. As an Autodesk Specialized Partner, U.S. CAD has proven their qualification to consistently deliver solutions and support, while demonstrating expert knowledge, and the ability to offer a high level of technical background and support to customers in the design and building industry.
Civil 3D 2019 was released a few months ago and with it came some cool new features. Some of the features of course are specific to Civil 3D and some are part of the AutoCAD 2019 new features.
Happy holidays from the Infrastructure Universe! Autodesk has released a few updates for various softwares that you should be aware of. PLUS, the major announcement from Autodesk University about a new partnership. Read on for all the updates.
If you’re using reality capture today or starting to explore the technology, you may have discovered that in order to make sense of data you collect, there is a little bit of work to do between actually capturing the data and using it in your Civil 3D drawings. Here’s a quick overview of the workflow you can follow to take your point cloud data to Civil 3D.