This class will explore the workflows for dealing with storm and sanitary networks using Autodesk® Infrastructure Design Suite—from the planning phases in AutoCAD® Map 3D and AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software, the conceptual visualization in Autodesk® Infrastructure Modeler software, design in AutoCAD Civil 3D, and finally virtual construction in Autodesk® Navisworks® software. We will work our way through each product, covering basic introductions, file formats, import and export, and how to work with the objects in each format.
- Describe potential workflows between the products
- List the file formats the products can exchange with one another
- Explain how each product in the design suite works with pipes
- Import and export data from each product
Seth Hall has been a product support specialist with Autodesk since the summer of 2008. His industry background consists of working for a local land survey firm as a member of a field crew, a draftsman, and a New Hampshire State licensed subsurface systems designer. For education, Seth went to the University of New Hampshire -Thompson School of Applied Science, studying in their Land Survey program. He also had an internship with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, doing boundary identification surveys of their conservation land. Seth currently lives in Manchester, New Hampshire, with his wife and five kids. When he has free time, he enjoys spending time with family, running, music, and any kind of gadget or new technology.