Some cool new stuff up on Autodesk Labs specific to bridge design using Civil 3D: http://labs.autodesk.com/utilities/civil3D_bridge/
Thanks for helping spread the word.
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November 17, 2009 at 02:09 PM
tell me, can I with this module build bridges with superelevations?
If I design a bridge in Civil 3D and import it in Revit Structure, are the parts of the struct recognized like REVIT elements?
December 01, 2009 at 06:27 AM
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December 20, 2009 at 06:55 PM
Civil 3D plus Lidar is such a perfect combination. Am I right? I wasnt expecting 3d in designing a bridge and I guess that would be a best one.
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