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AutoCAD Civil 3D Articles

  • Modeling Roundabout Intersections

    March 21st, 2012

    Join author Bryan Tanner as he takes you through roundabout intersections.
  • Create BIM Content with Corridor Models

    February 22nd, 2012

    Learn about the Subassembly Composer in AutoCAD Civil 3D. Author Francesca Maier leads you through it.
  • Stuck in Neutral

    by Christopher Fugit

    February 20th, 2012

    A rich, object-oriented design for site civil design remains elusive, opines author Christopher Fugitt. Here are some suggestions for moving forward.
  • Increase Your Chances for Training Success

    January 3rd, 2012

    The right approach, preparation, and people will make your Civil 3D training and education much more efficient.
  • AUGI Presents Wish List 2011 to Autodesk

    December 7th, 2011

    The AUGI Wish List Top 10 for AutoCAD, Revit Architecture, Revit MEP, Revit Structure, Autodesk Inventor, and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Working with Multiple Coordinate Systems

    December 2nd, 2011

    Converting COGO points from one form to another is easy with this step-by-step method from author Richard Sincovec.
  • Waterline Design

    by c3dcougar

    October 26th, 2011

    A lot of great beginnings occur in AutoCAD Civil 3D with an alignment, including pressure pipe. Here's how to do it.
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D: Collaboration in a Multi-Disciplinary / Multi-Firm Environment

    September 30th, 2011

    Bryan Tanner illustrates methods, techniques, and workarounds for sharing files with other firms and disciplines.
  • Crazy for Management

    by Christopher Fugit

    July 27th, 2011

    Why "Management" should be the first word you think of when considering AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • The Civil Side: Managing Large Surface Data

    by melanie.santer

    November 30th, 2010

    While today's technology allows users to collect large amounts of accurate data, it is often necessary to pare down that data so that it can be imported into design software. Melanie Santer offers tips on how to accomplish it.

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