where is the Bridge Modeler for revit and civil3d ..?
ı look the "labs" links... ı only find empty website page (link deleted or updated)
how ,can we get bridge modeler version 2012 or 2013 ? (when , where....?? )
ı have building design suite 2013 premium but there is no bridge modeler....
Here's the Autodesk Labs comment on Bridge Modeler:
Bridge Modeler for AutoCAD Civil 3D
Added: November 12, 2009
Graduated: June 29, 2012
The Bridge Modeler for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012 technology preview focused on 2 purpose-built workflow for modeling bridge road, barriers, piers, abutments, and bearings for bridge types and the ability to extract strings along a bridge and create Civil 3D alignments which can be then used to display key bridge elements onto Civil 3D profiles. The technology preview ceased operation on July 1. Thanks to everyone who provided feedback during the technology preview. This will help shape the technology as it continue to move forward. The technology will soon be available for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012 in the Subscription Center.
I'm not seeing it in the subscription center yet.
for civil 3d 2013 its this on the subscription center: http://beingcivil.typepad.com/my_weblog/2012/08/su
for revit its the revit extenstions on the subscription center
I'm not seeing Bridge Modeler on the Productivity Tools for C3D 2013 page. It's not listed in the productivity_tools_for_autocad__civil_3d__20130.pd
to get the bridge modeler you download the borehole ultity samples.zip and the bridge modeler utility is in that zip file
don't know why
Not any more it isn't - there is no Bridge Modeller for 2013 yet as it is still in beta but contact Dave Simeone at Autodesk if you are interested in testing:
"Now I understand! The problem is being addressed - Thanks for the heads up.
Note to others - please don't try this beta version of the bridge modeler for R2013. If you're interested in evaluating/testing it, please contact me directly.
I think that would be the correct conclusion....
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