Do you have a multi-page PDF that you use for RFI’s and review? Did you know you can batch link the pages together for easy navigation saving countless hours of time? Bluebeam can help with this. Here is a guide to help show you how this can be done. This is a screenshot of […]
ECAD’s Michael DeJesus takes you through a presentation for existing Civil 3D users about the benefits of using Autodesk InfraWorks 360 and AutoCAD Civil 3D together. He compares the steps taken for various tasks in Civil 3D alone versus Civil 3D & InfraWorks 360 together.
In modern AutoCAD Fundamentals classes, students are taught to use the Object Snap Override menu to make selecting particular points easier. If you don’t know about it, here’s how it works: After you start a command, hit SHIFT + Right-Click. A right-click menu will open. On the right-click menu, you can select from a list […]
ECAD’s Solution Specialist, Tanner Brown along with Application Engineer Coordinator, Kevin Burrows will guide you through a variety of features that Autodesk InfraWorks 360 makes possible for users. Convey your designs visually, no prerequisite skills or experience. Make big decisions early, when changes cost less. Create choices for you clients, and deliver them effectively. Keep […]
When designing intersections in Civil 3D, the assemblies required to create a corridor intersection are a bit confusing to keep track of, so I put together a tutorial of a process that I have found to be easier than most for the corridor intersection assembly creation. In this Civil 3D tutorial, I will go over […]
After I started working with subassemblies in Civil 3D I wanted a way to create custom subassemblies. Originally, I hoped there might be a way to create them using standard AutoCAD commands, but then I found out about the Subassembly Composer. After some experimentation, I was able to understand how to design using the Subassembly […]