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Title: Using BIM 360 Docs to reference Civil 3D Surfaces into a Revit model
Presenter: Mark Schnesk, Sr. Application Engineer
When: Friday, April 26, 2019
Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm

Description: Civil 3D surfaces can now be shared and referenced into...

In the embeded video below, Seiler Design Solutions will demonstrate how to add an orthomosaic image created from drone photography to an Autodesk Infraworks model and to trim out the odd shaped areas using color masking.

This technique can also be used to add other types of image overlays to your model such as signs, logos and labels, masking out...

With this little step by step process you'll see how to create a custom shared parameter and apply it to a family (titleblock in this case) and be able to control its visability.

1. First go to the Manage Tab and select Shared Parameters

2. Create a...

Autodesk Infraworks 2020 and Autodesk Civil 3D 2020 were recently both released, and you may download the latest versions from your Autodesk Account Portal at https://manage.autodesk.com....

Below you will find a Video playlist of the Revit 2020 new features!

Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLY-ggSrSwbZp96bfr4fJKYqs2aoTI8wvs

Here are...

Last week, I posted a video showing how to preform a watershed analysis in Autodesk Civil 3D.  This week, show you how to perform a simple watershed analysis of a site with a component road and use the returned results to add hydrology data and add and size a drainage culvert underneath the road.

Once the preliminary design has been calculated in...

BIM Interoperability Tools for Revit is a collection of utilities that helps you classify, validate, and export BIM data in your model. 

Today we'll show you the BIM Model Checker feature.

Below you can see the BIM Interoperability Tools for Revit tool tab in Revit 2019 on the right, the Model Checker feature on the left

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In video below, Seiler Design Solutions will show you how to display your Civil 3D surface as a Watershed Analysis style. The method of setting up your style will be described, along with some of the other options involved.

Once the Watersheds have been displayed, you will be shown how they can be used in conjunction with the Flow Path tool and the...

This hotfix includes new functionality, addresses customer reported issues and crashes, and contains the fixes included in previous Revit 2019 updates and fixes. With this install the following will be updated: Revit 2019, Collaboration for Revit 2019, Dynamo Core, and Dynamo Revit. Consult the release notes for areas improved and issues addressed by this...

Price Increase on Autodesk Subscriptions and Industry Collections with Multi-User Access

On March 25, Autodesk prices are going up! Renew now* to save!

Autodesk is making the following...

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