I copied this directly from the website www.civil3dpartbuilder.com
"$399 Per Seat, $99 Per Seat for CAD-1 Subscription Customers, Volume Discounts for Non-CAD-1 Subscription Customers"
If you have your Civil 3D subscription with us, we give you a pretty good discount. Also, if you need to purchase several licenses and you don't have your subscription with us, we will work with you on a discount.
Hi Mr. Wright,
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Not sure myself. Personally, I would rather them work more on beefing up the program in terms of structures, pipes, and appurtenances along with better pipe trenching subassemblies than work on putting on analysis tools as some of us, if not most, have already some form of analysis tools that import the layout from Civil3D or LDD anyway. Once you can get multiple networks of various dimensions and capabilities linked to each other and work dynamically both in plan and profile, then you can work on analysis in my opinion. Even if it is not for water or sewer works, you could still use pipe networks for telecoms, electric, gas, and any other subsurface utilities. I have already placed this into the wish section.
Please, could somebody from Autodesk let us know when the program (WaterNET) will be released?
No one from Autodesk will tell you when things will be released until they are JUST about to be released. Apparently, because they are a publicly traded company, if they say, "We will release such and such on this date" and they don't, they will be fined by the SEC.
Is Water Netorks still available? Or does anyone know of a better program used for potable water pipe network modelling that can be used with Civil3d?
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