6 minutes of confidence for ConstrucGeek

Builder I recommend taking a moment to know this blog, which is now reaching a year of operation.

I mean ConstrucGeek, The six minutes you hoped to dedicate to reading a new geofumada should be invested in this blog.

There are only two possibilities: that you realize that the CAD theme associated with engineering is not your interest, or that you end up adding it to your favorites.

To show 6 post on AutoCAD Civil 3D

  • A look at AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010 - Maturity in its interface
  • Tips for optimizing performance of AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Manual to create a platform with AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Installing AutoCAD or Civil 3D 2008 on Windows Vista 64bit
  • Routine to generate a polyline from Microsoft Excel data
  • Routine drawing the wide envelope of the curves of a path

Come In.

4 Replies to "6 Trusted minutes for ConstrucGeek"

  1. good morning the program is very good and you just need to make them want to push it forward. practice, and more practices I recommend them to all professionals in the construction industry thanks

  2. Will you be able to access / download the documentation for this presentation "Basic implementation of an IDE node with free software" for what we finally could not follow? a greeting

  3. Hi G !, Thanks for the article, nowadays, the space between engineering and CAD is getting closer and closer, and that is why IT does not use IT as a tool to achieve results ?.

    For example, what dentist is not involved with the use of your denture software? Or perhaps the economist with some econometrics programs.

    Thanks to this we become more efficient, as we exploit the CAD to the maximum for optimal results and in the shortest possible time.

    Thanks to blogs and forums of the network, this tool is becoming more and more unknown, so sharing knowledge, all you do is leave that feeling of leaving a small grain of sand in this immense sea of ​​knowledge.

    Greetings and congratulations for your blog.

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