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Posts Tagged ‘Civil3d

If you haven’t heard about the new (ish) stormwater extensions for Civil3d, I’d recommend heading over to this page to download them and take a look.  While I have not had a chance to run through the extensions’ functionality personally, a recent post over at civil3d.com covers some of the basics of rainfall data and [...]

31 Oct, 2008

Speeding Up Civil3D

Posted by: Skylar In: Civil3d|technology

I’ve recently been using a slightly older laptop at work for various small tasks in civil 3d, and I’ve come to respect the benefits of a faster computer system.  Every time I try to change viewports or layout tabs, it takes at least double the time it would take on my former desktop computer.  However, [...]

1.0 Intro: When I first found out that AutoCAD was adding a catchment delineation tool to Civil 3D, I was pretty excited. In fact, this tool was one of the reasons why I thought it’d be a good idea to create my AutoCAD to EPA-SWMM script. If you don’t know where to find the catchment [...]


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