InfraWorks: Roundabouts & Cul-De-Sacs with Style

June 15, 2015 By Leo Lavayen Leave a comment

In the current release of InfraWorks 2015, there are NO Cul-De-Sac or Roundabout options, not even within the Roadway module. Autodesk is working on the Roundabout feature, but it is unclear when this will be released, we hope it will be later this year.

For now, take a look at the pictures below, 3 styles were created by copying the existing style and making some modifications.

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Tagged with Civil 3D 2015, AEC, Infrastructure, Civil 3D, Autodesk Infraworks, Road, Highways, Roundabouts, Cul-De-Sacs

What is it made of? Issue with Gravity Pipe Materials in 2015.

November 03, 2014 By Leo Lavayen Leave a comment

During a recent Civil 3D 2015 configuration, I found another issue, when labeling gravity pipes materials.

Working RCP material Pipe

The labels behaved as if they could not find a material value, showing a set of question marks (???) or a empty area. This issue appears to be isolated to only some pipe types.

Defective PCV material Pipe
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Tagged with Pipe Material, Content Builder, Tips & Tricks, Tips, Civil 3D 2015, question marks, Tech Support, Parts Catalog, Infrastructure, Pipe Label, Optional Property, AutoCAD Civil 3D, Pipe Label Style, Created Design, Autodesk, Tricks

Quick Tip: Selecting Objects in AutoCAD 2015

October 08, 2014 By Craig Bashor Leave a comment

If you are using AutoCAD 2015 or any AutoCAD 2015 based products like AutoCAD Electrical, you will notice there are some great changes. One of these changes is how you can select objects when using commands like Erase, Copy and Move.

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Tagged with AutoCAD Mechanical 2015, Civil 3D 2015, Selecting objects, AutoCAD Electrical 2015, AutoCAD 2015, Tech Support, AEC, Infrastructure, AutoCAD Architecture 2015, AutoCAD, Manufacturing

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