Civil 3D 2025

Well, it’s that time of year again when Autodesk bestows us with the latest release of their flagship Civil Design application. Read on to see which features speak to this blogger. File Format This is probably ... https://www.solidcad.ca/civil-3d-2025/ AutoCAD 2025

Well, it’s that time of year again when Autodesk bestows us with the latest release of their flagship drafting application. Here is the Official Documentation. Read on to see which features speak to this ... https://www.solidcad.ca/autocad-2025/ Civil 3D: Object Names and Style Descriptions

Does your company require the use of a specific naming convention for Civil 3D objects? Has it been difficult to adhere to that standard? If so, read on for some tips. When an object is created in Civil 3D, it ... https://www.solidcad.ca/civil-3d-objects-and-names/ Civil 3D: 2024.3 Update

Civil 3D 2024 has a new update: 2024.3. You can use Autodesk Access to install it or download it from your Autodesk page. Here are the notable enhancements. When creating a new corridor, expect to see this new ... https://www.solidcad.ca/civil-3d-2024-3-update/ Mastering Point Clouds in Civil 3D: A Three-Part Guide to Efficiency: Bonus Part

This is a bonus article in the Point Cloud series. Click to view:  Article 1  Article 2  Article 3  With all this talk about decimation and removing many of those original points in the cloud, how does one ... https://www.solidcad.ca/mastering-point-clouds-in-civil-3d-a-three-part-guide-to-efficiency-bonus-part/ Mastering Point Clouds in Civil 3D: A Three-Part Guide to Efficiency: Part 3

Most survey and design firms these days rely on point cloud data to some degree. It is often faster, easier, and safer to survey using aerial or ground-based scanners compared with traditional survey methods.  ... https://www.solidcad.ca/point-clouds-3-of-3/ Mastering Point Clouds in Civil 3D: A Three-Part Guide to Efficiency: Part 2

Many contemporary survey and design companies now utilize point cloud data to a certain extent. Surveying through aerial or ground-based scanners is frequently quicker, more convenient, and safer compared to ... https://www.solidcad.ca/point-clouds-2-of-3/ Mastering Point Clouds in Civil 3D: A Three-Part Guide to Efficiency: Part 1

Most survey and design firms these days rely on point cloud data to some degree. It is often faster, easier, and safer to survey using aerial or ground-based scanners compared with traditional survey methods.  ... https://www.solidcad.ca/point-clouds-1-of-3/ Why you should replace your AutoCAD/Civil 3D Tool Palettes with Hive CMS libraries

As an organization grows, it will navigate through projects of different size and nature. Rules and structures need to be fixed, and when managing engineering data comes into play, engineering and production ... https://www.solidcad.ca/why-you-should-replace-your-autocad-civil-3d-tool-palettes-with-hive-cms-libraries/ Dynamo for Revit 2.17 Upgrade – Part 1

Introduction Navigating through the intricate world of Dynamo, it is crucial to stay updated on its continuous enhancements and refinements. In this part, the first of a series dedicated to Dynamo updates, we’ll ... https://www.solidcad.ca/dynamo-for-revit-2-17-upgrade-part-1/