AutoCAD Civil 3D Surfaces Training September 28, 2017 1PM-4:30PM EDT

itunesc3d911Learn How To Create, Edit and Label AutoCAD Civil 3D Surfaces, including surfaces from Point Clouds!

When: September 28, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
Where: Online
Cost: Early Bird Digital Pass $297 / Full Digital Pass $397*
Eventbrite - AutoCAD Civil 3D Surfaces Training
This AutoCAD Civil 3D Surfaces Training shows you how to create, edit and label Surfaces. First, you’ll learn how to setup Surface Styles and Surface Label Styles in order to display and work with the following:

  • Surfaces
  • Point Clouds to create surfaces
  • Contours
  • Slope
  • Spot Elevation
  • Contour Labeling
  • Watershed
  • Surface Table Styles

C3D Surface Essential Template Framework (2011)Primary Session Objectives:

  • Create Surfaces from Point Clouds
  • Apply a Surface Style
  • Edit surfaces
  • Label contours and spot elevations
  • How to paste a surface
  • Create Surface Masks
  • Use Surface Definitions
  • Create and manage Surface Snapshots
  • Export Surfaces as DEM and LandXML
  • Use Surfaces with Data Shortcuts

Attend, Learn and Get:

  • At the conclusion of this webinar you will be able to create and work with AutoCAD Civil 3D Surfaces
  • Know how to create a surface from Survey Points and Point Clouds
  • On demand access to webinar recording (so don't worry if you can't attend the live webinar)

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