from Civil to Inventor

The Autodesk enthusiast exile

Autodesk University – LinkedIn

Are you going to AU this year? Stop by the LinkedIn AU group and tell us what you have planned, and what you are looking forward to. 

Come join he discussion and help me figure out who is going where and when ( and where I am supposed to be next). 

Autodesk University LinkedIn Group

October 29, 2009 Posted by | Autodesk University | , , , | Leave a comment

…the journey to the Mothership

Welcome.  ようこそ。

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AU 2010!  Yeah, well I’m back and already looking forward to next year.

Tekni is still giving away promotions for the new 2011 courseware.  Register before 12/31 deadline to get a chance to win.

Don’t forget the supportive folks at Autodesk University, Autodesk Certifications,, BIM on the Rocks, and Tekni.

If you want to see something, please post to the Civil3D or Inventor product pages.  I will continue do my best. みんあさんがんばれ。

January 30, 2009 Posted by | AutoCAD Civil 3D, Autodesk, Autodesk University, Inventor | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Tiered Grading in a hurry

Recently in one of the Civil 3D discussions, a poster requested a fast solution to a multi tiered grading. The requirements were 2 tiers@ 1:1 cut slope, each 4.5m deep, with a flat 1m land in between, and it appeared flat at the bottom. The fill slope was similar, but @2:1 slope. 

In an attempt to VERY quickly help the poster, I use feet in this ugly example, but the process is the same. Continue reading

October 20, 2008 Posted by | AutoCAD Civil 3D, Gradings | , , , , , | 1 Comment