Monthly Archives: June 2011

Civil 3D Template Development Part 5 – Feature Settings

In part 4, we discussed styles in your Civil 3D template. How do you ensure your styles will be used? Feature Settings are the key to setting default styles and settings. Feature Settings (and their partner, Command Settings) are a … Continue reading

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Civil 3D Pipe Networks – Optional Property Values in Part Sizes

There’s a great post over at Being Civil on Assigning Optional Properties to a Part Size. If you want to add any of your own optional properties, I’d recommend taking a look at the post. Most of the default pipes … Continue reading

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Rendering the Ground Plane in Revit

One of the problems you might run into when creating an exterior render in Revit is the ground plane. When rendering, you will probably want to turn it off or cover it up. What I like to do is create … Continue reading

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Planned Service Pack Transparency for 3ds Max 2012

Autodesk released a list of the planned fixes for the 3ds Max 2012 to improve feedback from the customers.  This is very different from what we would typically see of the other products Autodesk offers, where information about the service … Continue reading

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