Roads and Highways Conceptual Design
Learn the workflow necessary for corridor modeling using the out of the box subassemblies that ship with Civil 3D along with more advanced and customized features of Subassembly Composer.
As you may know, there are hundreds of out of the box subassemblies that ship with Autodesk Civil 3D. But before you begin any corridor modeling project, it would be best to fully understand what options are available to you, and which options better fit your project design. In this module, we will evaluate the subassemblies, review the subassembly palette, and create our own easy to access tool palette.
Welcome to Creating Intelligent Assemblies by Using Stock Assemblies in Autodesk Civil 3D. Before you begin your roadway modeling, it is important to understand what your roadway will consist of. Autodesk Civil 3D has many out of the box subassemblies that makes corridor modeling easier than ever. In this module, we will evaluate the options we have as subassemblies, modify them as needed, and create a corridor model of our road.
Welcome to Creating Intelligent Assemblies – Using Subassembly Composer. At times, the out of the box subassemblies just won’t cut it in corridor modeling. Autodesk Subassembly Composer, or SAC for short, will allow you as a user to create the necessary subassemblies needed to ensure a successful corridor design.