Earthwork Processor Updates
Earthwork Processor Updates Version 22.0.2
  • Fix: Fixed an issue where errors occurred if existing or proposed surfaces were empty or not overlapping one another. Fixed an issue where earthwork region polylines that were significantly small would not offset and cause the app to error.
Earthwork Processor Updates Version 22.0.0
  • Fix: Fixed an issue where surface styling defaults in Options would uncheck “match default” when rebuilding earthwork sets. Fixed misc. issues where app settings were not saving correctly for future sessions within the app. Fixed an issue where the app errored on incorrectly drawn polylines.
  • Enhancement: Added option to multi-select region rows for mass editing. Added zoom in drawing buttons for each region. Improved the region row visibility when earthwork sets are expanded. Improved messaging when illegal subgrade boundaries are utilized. Improved label placement to use largest area placement instead of centroid. User edits to labels will now not be overridden when earthwork sets are run, including label placement.
  • New Feature: New supporting function to all creation of automatic offsets of user-created polylines or feature lines. Users can reference existing region objects by manual selection or filtering and specify an offset distance to quickly create subgrade regions that do not overlap.
Earthwork Processor Updates Version 21.0.4
  • First Release: Calculate complex earthwork volumes by creating earthwork sets. Provide an existing and proposed surfaces, as well as polylines or feature lines to represent for varying subgrade depths across the site, and Earthwork Processor will do the rest, including generation of a dynamic subgrade surface, accounting for topsoil stripping, and resulting in cuts and fills per region. When designs change simply refresh the Earthwork Set and everything will be updated automatically. Results can be labeled, shaded, inserted in AutoCAD tables, and exported to Excel.
  • New Feature: Added “template” grading families, where users can define standard house or grading pads, then automatically insert them along a roadway. Other new features include automatic surface boundary creation, ability to target feature lines and polylines or hold a slope to end of child feature lines in perpendicular families, frequency control for surface targeting methods around bends on parallel parent feature lines, better stationing controls, create new surface/stype/layer buttons, more user-friendly family editing, and improved performance across the board.
  • New Feature: Added option to label in profile and section views with select label types. Added new label types, including blocks, dimensions, general note, pipe network labels, single line text, profile and section view labels, surface contours. Added new anchor object types: arcs, lines, parcels, cogo points, survey points, survey figures, surface contours, and 3d polylines. Added new data contents sources, including user-defined properties, property sets, object data, and block attributes. Additional features, including Civil 3D label overriding, object orientation on point-type labels, “counter” component in data contents, interval anchor points on segment objects, and misc. performance and stability enhancements.