In the second point release for Revit 2020, Autodesk focused on productivity, with new automation workflows in Dynamo, faster ways to view, select, and edit schedules, and navigation tools that will have your customers flying through their models with the greatest of ease.
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.
Scheduled Down Time: We will be performing a maintenance update from 8:30-10:30 pm PT on Friday, September 20. Some features and functionality will be unavailable during this time, but no action is required.
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.
This update contains several bug fixes and product enhancements. Bug fixes include major fixes to the following items:
Learn about new Revit Systems Analysis Features and Framework now available in Revit 2020.1. These powerful new features will dramatically improve design analysis and modeling workflows for MEP engineers.
Autodesk Product manager Ian Molloy will provide an overview and demo of the new capabilities that enable integrated workflows entirely within Revit:
With the latest version of AutoCAD 2020, a new Block pallette gives new functionality in organizing, loading and placing blocks in your drawing.
However, when opening drawings containing a large number of blocks, there is a definite slowdown while the drawing is organized to catalog these new blocks. To alleviate some of the delays, Autodesk has issued a Hotfix for AutoCAD 2020.