Korey Gaddy


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How to Create Road Staking Points in Autodesk

[fa icon="calendar'] November 22, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Korey Gaddy, Technical Solutions Consultant, AEC

A quick workflow for creating road staking points at increments and offsets.

 

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Updating Alignments and Laying Out Parcels in Autodesk Civil 3D

[fa icon="calendar'] October 25, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, webinar

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Korey Gaddy, Technical Solutions Specialist, AEC

In this week's Four Minute Friday, we will discuss an efficient way to update, align and layout parcels in Civil 3D. 

 

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Upgrading Bluebeam Revu

[fa icon="calendar'] September 27, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Korey Gaddy, Technical Support Specialist, AEC

In this video you will learn how to upgrade your Bluebeam Revu License.

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Scratching the Surface: Creating Clean Contours in Civil 3D

[fa icon="calendar'] August 30, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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In today's webinar we will discuss the best practices for cleaning up surfaces in Civil 3D.
One of the main reasons firms don’t use the 3D tools in Civil 3D is how jagged the contours can come in when creating surfaces. This video presents a solution to this problem.

Thank you for joining us for this week's webinar, if you enjoyed this week's video, be sure to check out other videos from our Four Minute Friday Series

 

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Using the Intersection Design Tool in Autodesk Civil 3d

[fa icon="calendar'] August 23, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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In this week's Four Minute Friday, we will show you how to use the intersection design tool in Civil 3D.

 

Thank you for joining us for this week's Four Minute Friday, if you enjoyed this week's video, be sure to check out other videos from our Four Minute Friday Series

 

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Autodesk Vehicle Tracking

[fa icon="calendar'] July 26, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Korey Gaddy, AEC Application Engineer

This Four Minute Friday will cover Autodesk Vehicle Tracking. Vehicle Tracking is an Autodesk Product that allows for Vehicle Routing, Parking Lot Layouts and Round About Design.

 

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What's New in Civil 3D 2020

[fa icon="calendar'] June 07, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Autodesk

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Korey Gaddy, TPM Application Engineer

In this week's video, get to the know the new features offered in Autodesk Civil 3D 2020!

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Creating a Pipe Network Part in Autodesk Civil 3D

[fa icon="calendar'] May 24, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in Four Minute Friday

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Korey Gaddy, TPM Application Engineer

This video explains the workflow for creating and utilizing a new pipe network structure in Civil 3D.

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Cleaning Up Contours in Civil 3D

[fa icon="calendar'] April 26, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in Four Minute Friday, Civil3d, Polyline grading, Topography

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Korey Gaddy, TPM Application Engineer

This week's video will cover cleaning up surface contours in Civil 3D. One of the main reasons firms don't use the 3D tools in Civil 3D is how jagged the contours can come in when creating surfaces. This video presents a solution to this problem.

 

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Importing Shared Coordinates Between Autodesk Revit and Civil 3D

[fa icon="calendar'] March 22, 2019 / by Korey Gaddy posted in AEC, Four Minute Friday

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Korey Gaddy, AEC Application Engineer

In today’s Four Minute Friday we will discuss importing shared coordinates between Autodesk Revit and Civil 3D.

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