Getting accurate quantities doesn't start when you build a material list; it starts at the creation of the corridor assembly. This being said, using subassemblies that don’t depict the true build may yield quantities that are inaccurate. By using Subassembly Composer software, the user can construct a subassembly that will represent truly how the corridor will be built in the field. With the ability to add point, link, and shape codes to the subassembly, the end user can take full advantage of using pay items. Pay items will not only calculate an accurate quantity but can also categorize the quantity into subcategories. This class will walk the user through the process of creating subassemblies with Enumerations, Switches, and Decisions. Then you'll apply codes to the points, links, and shapes of the subassembly for use with the pay items in AutoCAD Civil 3D's code sets.
- Learn how to set up Subassembly Composer
- Learn about points, links, and shapes: auxiliary, codes, expressions
- Learn about decisions and switches: true/false and enumerations
- Learn how to target parameters
Scott Mizsak has been working as a Civil Application Engineer for Applied Technology Group, an Autodesk Platinum Partner in the Midwest since 2018. He has experience working with Civil Engineering, Surveying and Construction firms, providing them with training and support. He specializes in AutoCAD Map 3D, Infraworks and Civil 3D and is currently a certified WisDot Civil 3D Trainer. With the practical experience as a survey crew chief, he has valuable ability to apply the tools of the software to the real life issues that companies will face on a daily basis. Scott, a past speaker of Autodesk University, MNDot Survey Workshops, ACEC-WI, Midwest University, IDDEA, MNGIS Consortium, Minnesota Civil 3D User Group and CAD America, has worked with Autodesk products since AutoCAD Release 13. Scott has a Geography GIS degree from the University of Minnesota and was NSPS Level III construction certified when he work as a Survey Crew Chief.