Posts Tagged ‘infraworks 360’

Webcast on Animation in InfraWorks

February 29, 2016

Total CAD Systems

Animation in InfraWorks 360

Webcast

Bring InfraWorks to life with animation.

Join us in this one hour webcast to discover the animation workflow in InfraWorks 360. Learn how to search for models on Trimble 3D Warehouse, bring them into 3ds Max, animate it, and then bring it into InfraWorks.

See how you can take full advantage of your Infrastructure Design Suite and put it to good use with this webcast.

Limited spots available so RSVP today. If you have any questions, please email Nhi Nguyen.

 

When

Wednesday,

March 23rd

Time

10am to 11am

Where

Your Desk

FREE

Register Now

 

InfraWorks 360 2016.4

February 9, 2016

Yes, that is correct, a new version.  Autodesk has pushed out the best release of InfraWorks so far.   They have combined the roadway design, drainage design, and bridge design into the software bundle at a great price.  To see some of the new features, watch the video below…

Bring Your Corridors Into InfraWorks with Style Rules for Materials

January 29, 2015

From the Ground Up blog site has posted a great workflow to directly bring in Civil 3D corridors, with assigned materials attached, into InfraWorks or InfraWorks 360.

Keep in mind, you will need Civil 3D 2015 Service Pack 2 installed in order for this to work.

Read about this great workflow here.

Drape Roads in the New Version of InfraWorks 360

July 17, 2014

Eric Chappel with Autodesk has blogged about one of the new features of InfraWorks 360 v.15.2.56.0. 

This is a feature many of you have been waiting for.

Read more here.

Clarity on the InfraWorks 2014 R4 Debacle

February 27, 2014

As most of you saw the blog I posted the other day on InfraWorks 2014 R4, there is some confusion that I want to clear up.  Even though the installation and desktop icon state that it is R4, it is actually InfraWorks 360.

I will be updating my previous post and all the other shared places so that there will not be anymore confusion.

Sorry about that, and I  hope this helps clear the air.