This class will provide an in-depth look into using Autodesk's Subassembly Composer. Learn how to create, use, share, and update subassemblies in your organization and learn some tips on how to manage them. This class will highlight the importance of customizing a code set style to suit the client's requirements. This class will also show the power of Subassembly Composer to make one subassembly that can be used to create multilink solid transitions. This subassembly can transition almost any type of polygon.
- Learn the importance of customizing a code set style
- Learn how to create a smarter custom subassembly, and learn how to create multilink solid transitions
- Learn how to extract solid from a corridor that can transition link to zero
- Gain valuable AutoCAD Civil 3D tips and tricks
Jowenn Lua is a Senior Civil 3D Designer for Arcadis. He holds a B.S. Civil Engineering degree from De La Salle University and MBA degree from Ateneo De Manila University. He is a member of the 2016 Autodesk Gunslinger in Australia and participated in the ‘2018 Civil Infrastructure Inside the Factory’ held in Potsdam, Germany. He has over 15 years industry experience in design and construction. He was previously working as the Lead Civil 3D designer in the Sydney Metro and is one of the key person who developed the project’s Civil 3D system, template, plan production and tool palette pushout. He is highly skilled in Civil 3D & subassembly composer and provides mentoring and solutions to the team.