AutoCAD Civil 3D is one of the vertical programs associated with AutoCAD, and is—as the name hints—intended for designs and calculations for civil engineering. The program thus has a large set of civil design-related tools, such as ones for corridor modeling, grading terrain models, automatic parcel designing, pressure network generation, and drainage and other pipe network creation. The premium edition also offers bridge modeling as well as geotechnical modeling tools.
The program is not short of tools for documentation either. Users can access a wide range of CAD styles for drafting in its library and can also access responsive tables for their linework. Annotation-rich and detail-heavy construction plans can be created with the help of the software, which also supports cartographic generation.
Further tools of the program open up strong possibilities for data access and exchange, and users can also model their own surfaces with it. Users can create base maps too, as well as make use of reality capture technology for quick digitizing of existing points. AutoCAD Civil 3D also has visualization tools that allow users to generate rich visuals for different types of analysis, and it has collaborative tools for those who work in teams.
Our users primarily use AutoCAD Civil 3D to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files AutoCAD Civil 3D can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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