• Good course outline! Tips and Tricks provided will be useful!
     
    B.L.
    Ayres Associates
  • Great stuff!
     
    L.J.
    Vireo
  • Very good class.
     
    D.Z.
    Bartlett & West
  • Great Instructor!
     
    T.A.
    Mohr & Kerr Engineering and Land Surveying, P.C.
  • A very sound fundamentals experience. Really helped me to understand the role of Revit in our workflow.
     
    J.M.
    PGAV
  • Appreciated the flexibility, answers and methods of teaching to accommodate our needs. Excellent Staff!
     
    J.L.
    Little & Associates, Architects
  • Seiler provided an excellent training experience...including the pre-class setup, class training, as well as support...
     
    S.K.
    William Tao & Associates
  • Great class – I learned much about Revit.
     
    Gary Tetley Architect
  • Best experience I have had in a class like this – excellent instructor as well!
     
    A.R.
    Ragan-Smith Associates
  • Thank you to everyone at Seiler for hosting and presenting the BIM Computer class on Revit. Excellent overview of the...
     
    J.E.
    AGC-STL

Autodesk Collaboration for Civil 3D 2020.2 Update!

The Autodesk Civil 3D 2020.2 Update has just been released and includes the Autodesk Collaboration for Civil 3D.

Subscribers to BIM 360 Design will receive an entitlement to Autodesk Collaboration for Civil 3D, which allows project teams to collaborate on Civil 3D data shortcut projects in BIM 360.

Pipe Network Objects using the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS in Civil 3D 2020.1

In this video, Seiler Design Solutions presents the third in a series of videos featuring the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS Online and how the data can be used in Autodesk Products.

In this video, we will show you how you can create gravity pipe network Civil 3D data objects in Civil 3D 2020.1. We will connect to ArcGIS Online data that contain both pipe and structure layers with attributes we can map to standard Civil 3D pipe network attributes. We can fill in any missing data with default values allowing us to get a start in creating pipe networks for analysis or design.

Civil 3D 2020.1 Update and ArcGIS Connector for Civil 3D

Autodesk has just released Civil 3D 2020.1 Update for download.  You can download and install this update via your Autodesk Account or from the Autodesk Desktop App. Full release notes can be viewd at THIS LINK.

Bug Fixes

This update contains several bug fixes and product enhancements.  Bug fixes include major fixes to the following items:

AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT 2020.1 Updates Released

The AutoCAD 2020.1 and AutoCAD LT 2020.1 Updates have been released and are available for download and installation via the Autodesk Desktop App or your Autodesk Account portal.

This update contains new features and bug fixes to AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT 2020 including the following:

 

Hotfix: Pipe Network Data Reference Issues on Civil 3D 2019.2 and 2020

 

There has been an issue with Autodesk Civil 3D 2019.2 and 2020 involving Pipe Networks and data references as outlined on the Civil 3D forums:

Syncing the pipe network reference overwrites user-defined names and descriptions of pipes and structures

Civil 3D 2019.2 shuts down unexpectedly when:

Creating a subassembly from a polyline in Autodesk Civil 3D

Corridor modeling is a powerful tool for creating simple or complex road and other linear 3D design models.  One key to its versatility is the use of custom subassembly parts to model non-standard components of the corridor.

In the video below, Seiler Design Solutions will show you how to create a simple corridor subassembly from a polyline and add codes to the various points, links and shapes that get created.

Infraworks 2020 Model Builder Changes

With the 2020 release of Autodesk Infraworks, users who are subscribers to BIM360 Docs will notice a difference in the Model Builder for Infraworks.  Unlike the previous version, when creating a new model with the Model Builder, there is a conspicuous absence of the BIM360 Docs folders.

AutoCAD Web App

As part of your AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT, and AEC Collection subscriptions, you get access to the AutoCAD Web App.

Edit, create, and view CAD drawings in a web browser on any computer.