Traditionally, adding median and splitter islands in Corridor EZ for Civil 3D has been a manual and often onerous process. The procedure involves creating these islands as either Profile or Draped . . .
If you're an Autodesk Civil 3D User interested in road network design, we have some thrilling news for you! Introducing The Corridor EZ for Civil 3D Design Challenge, an incredible opportunity . . .
In the realm of civil engineering and design, the ability to accurately reference and visualize existing survey data is crucial, especially in complex projects like road reconstruction. This article delves into how . . .
In the rapidly-evolving world of civil design and land development, CAD software is no longer just a tool—it's a game changer. At the forefront of this revolution is Corridor EZ for . . .
We have been diligently working to improve the build speed of the corridor. There are many processes involved in creating the corridor, and loads of places where we have found opportunities . . .
Built models form an integral part of operating Corridor EZ for Civil 3D as they combine design elements within the project to create a single model & surface. Cross section based . . .
The Corridor EZ Toolspace is intuitive and simple to use, providing a one-stop-shop for you to create, edit and manage all your design objects. Select any object, or object collection, and right click to obtain a contextual menu of commands available for that object. No more hunting through menus or ribbons to get to the command or object you want!
Corridor EZ provides a spreadsheet-like template manager to define your road, curb, sidewalks, pond elements and related grading polylines. Templates replace the need to build complex assemblies and can be easily customized to meet specific project needs. When your design is complete and you are ready to create a corridor – Corridor EZ will create the required assemblies for you.