Have you ever had the need to copy an object several times in one drawing? Have you ever had to copy the same object several times, but need to keep it in line and spaced evenly? Well, then you’re the perfect candidate for this AutoCAD tip. […]
Have you ever created a surface from feature lines and at some point in time you may have had the need to remove one or two? I know most of you have and I know the pain that you’ve been facing. Most people just give up and delete the surface and recreate it again without the feature lines. […]
The QTO Manager and Takeoff tool in Civil 3D are two tools within Civil 3D proved to be more exciting in theory than it has been in fact. The biggest complaint about the tools is the fact that you cannot edit the pay items and have them automatically update the same items in the Excel CSV file. This has forced some users to just bypass the tools and continue using older methods for calculating pay items.
My friend, Marco Garza, has devised a way to work around this issue. He wrote this and, with his permission, I’m passing this along to you. . . […]
Most of us have heard of the current version and three versions back. And some of us are aware that is further constrained by the “Previous Version Eligible Product List”.
That does NOT necessarily mean they have to stop using licenses that are more than three versions back!
What I would like you to take special note of is their answer to the question “What if I previously licensed a product – how many copies can I use?”
This information comes directly from Autodesk: […]
Have you ever had a long polyline with many segments and you needed to get rid of just one segment? […]
Normally I dislike re-posting other blogs because I feel it to be lazy way of putting something up on our blog. However, in this case I feel it’s worth it and therefore will make an exception. John Sayre, Technical Marketing Manager for Civil Infrastructure with Autodesk, put this really cool list of the 5 coolest features found in the Infrastructure Design Suite 2016. I let you read the list in depth on his blog, but here’s the simplified list: […]
There has been a lot of confusion between InfraWorks and InfraWorks 360 and where to obtain the two. I’m hoping this blog helps to clear the air.
First, what is the difference between the two? InfraWorks has all the base modeling, proposal sketching, and scenario presentation options that I’m sure you’re already familiar with. InfraWorks 360 has all that standard InfraWorks does but allows you to share your design via the cloud. Then there are the Roadway Design, Drainage Design, and Bridge Design add-in modules you can purchase that will only run in InfraWorks 360. […]