AutoCAD Civil 3D software is a great tool for building corridor models, but can be rather challenging when it comes to modeling the “devil in the details,” such as ramp tapers, curb laybacks, pram ramps, and all sorts of earthworks transitions. Learn how to design and model complex subassemblies using Subassembly Composer software and then harness that intelligence within AutoCAD Civil 3D software corridors. We will also look at how to build complex, dynamic earthworks arrangements using a combination of custom subassemblies, offset alignments, auxiliary corridors, and alternate modeling techniques. This class is designed to get you thinking outside of the box with your approach to corridor modeling and to produce rich, detailed and—most importantly—dynamic 3D corridor models.
- Learn how to create complex transitioning within AutoCAD Civil 3D corridors through custom subassemblies
- Learn how to apply alternate modeling techniques to build rich dynamic corridors
- Learn how to create, edit, and reuse complex subassemblies through the Subassembly Composer
- Learn how to reduce rework time through the use of dynamic auxiliary corridors
Andrew Milford is a Senior Civil Infrastructure Implementation Consultant for Autodesk, Inc., and is responsible for post-sales technical and business consulting to ensure customers achieve successful adoption of Autodesk's Infrastructure Solutions across the Asia/Pacific region. Prior to joining Autodesk, Andrew gained over 20 years of design experience in the civil infrastructure industry, working as a geometric road designer for large consulting companies such as SKM/Jacobs Engineering Group, Arcadis Consulting, and AECOM. Andrew’s experience extends from designing large highways, tunnels, and interchanges down to smaller subdivision work using a variety of different design and drafting software packages. He is an AutoCAD Civil 3D Certified Professional; loves diving deep into AutoCAD Civil 3D software to develop and automate processes through scripts, AutoLISP dialect, and the .NET API (C# and VB).