What’s Better Than Free Learning?

Want to explore Civil 3D a little deeper but don’t have time (or money) to attend a training class? Autodesk provides free weekly webcasts exploring various Civil 3D-related topics. They’re normally every Friday around 11 AM (Central Time). Here’s the upcoming schedule:

4/07/06 – Digging in to Civil 3D 2007 Survey Capabilities
Presenter: Rob Todd, Civil 3D Product Designer and Licensed Professional Surveyor

See a demonstration of the new Survey features in Civil 3D 2007. Rob Todd, an Autodesk Product Designer as well as licensed Professional Surveyor, will show how to import survey data into Civil 3D, manage and analyze the survey data, and share the survey data among multiple users and drawings within a Civil 3D project.

4/14/06 – New Grading Capabilities in Civil 3D 2007
Presenter: Dave Simeone, Civil 3D Product Manager

See how to complete various grading and surface manipulation tasks with the new Feature Line creation and manipulation tools in Civil 3D 2007. These new tools significantly streamline your ability to manipulate 3D objects such as feature lines, 3D polylines, and parcels. See a demonstration on how the feature line capabilities can be integrated into the surface modeling and grading projection tools in Civil 3D 2007.

4/21/06 – New Production Drafting Capabilities in Civil 3D 2007
Presenter: Dave Simeone, Civil 3D Product Manager

See a demonstration of the many new drafting enhancements in Civil 3D 2007 including new label style control and editing, additional annotation options and more. Much of this functionality is based on user feedback and will help you complete your plans productions tasks faster and more efficiently than previously possible.

4/28/06 – Use Digital Elevation Models (DEMs) and Satellite Imagery with Autodesk Civil 3D and Autodesk Raster Design
Presenter: Matthews Mathai, Autodesk Raster Design Product Manager

Learn how to use Digital Elevation Models (DEM) and satellite imagery in Autodesk Civil 3D and Autodesk Raster Design to assist in visualizing various design alternatives, help with site suitability studies, and speed up the overall decision making process. You’ll also learn how to efficiently edit, prepare, and manage this data to meet your project and organizational needs using the various raster editing tools found in Autodesk Raster Design.

I’ll see you there!

One comment

  1. araki says:

    where do i sign up? i cant find a link?