5 trusted minutes for GeoCivil


GeoCivil is an interesting blog aimed to CAD / GIS tools use in the Civil Engineering area. Its author, a compatriot of El Salvador is a good example of the guidance that have taken the traditional classroom to – almost – learning communities in line; without doubt a milestone that thanks to the global connectivity is good starting point for the knowledge democratization.

In GeoCivil is predominant AutoDesk Civil 3D use which is discussed in many articles, both manual as tricks to make things. Additionally there are AutoDesk complementary programs that do or did similar things as Land Desktop and AutoCAD Map.

I leave you three links to be bitten, go there and add it to your feed reader.

• Divide an irregular plot with AutoDesk Civil 3D

The article shows how to load a command done in AutoLisp using a routine the author made to calculate and label areas not necessarily closed with boundary.

This explains how to download data from a GPS Etrex to AutoCAD using MapSource program.

Here it brings us a video of how to split a parcel that has an “L” shape respecting a specific area for a lot. Interesting answer based on a question to Augi community when it was alive.

And to conclude, here are two more articles regarding topographic data management with Civil 3D:

Create a surface from a file of points

Survey Link for downloading data from topographical equipment to AutoCAD

I take advantage of one Monday’s traffic, which by the way tends to be very good, to promote this initiative and leave it in the list of blogs that I recommend. If you want to learn from someone that dominates Civil3D, certainly GeoCivil is the place.

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