TOPIC 1 – Open Existing 12d Model Project
Topic 1 Summary.
The lessons in Topic 1 will show how to install 12d Model and download the training data. Once 12d Model is installed, open an existing project and input a DWG file of a Cadastral Layout. We will then move around 12d Model and explain what is available around the 12d Model screen. Then look at moving around the imported data, and adding or removing the data from the view. We will also see how we can search for commands utilitising the search toolbar.
Lesson 1.0 – Summary of Topic 100:01:23
Lesson 1.1 – Install 12d Model and Download Training Data00:03:00
Lesson 1.2 – Open an existing 12d Model project00:01:18
Lesson 1.3 – Input a DWG file into 12d Model00:01:23
Lesson 1.4 – Getting Around the 12d Model Screen00:01:46
Lesson 1.5 – Controlling Appearance and Information on a Plan View00:03:34
Lesson 1.6 – Panning and Zooming inside 12d Model00:04:19
Lesson 1.7 – Add and Remove Models from a view00:03:34
Lesson 1.8 – Search Toolbar00:02:18
TOPIC 2 – CAD Exercise – Cadastral Layout
Topic 2 Summary.
The lessons in Topic 2 will demonstrate how to set up 12d Model to create CAD strings, like 2 point lines, line strings, 3 point arcs. There are also lessons to create perpendicular strings, along with performing the picking with direction method. We learn how to parallel strings, change their properties and the different commands to delete them.
Lesson 2.0 – Summary of Topic 200:02:27
Lesson 2.1 – Setting the CAD Control Bar00:01:49
Lesson 2.2 – 12d Model Snaps and the String Inquire00:03:23
Lesson 2.3 – String Creation – 2 Points00:02:30
Lesson 2.4 – String Creation – Line String00:02:42
Lesson 2.5 – String Creation – 3 Point Arc00:02:09
Lesson 2.6 – Perpendicular Line Creation00:04:33
Lesson 2.7 – Picking with Direction00:11:25
Lesson 2.8 – Offsetting or Paralleling Property Boundaries00:05:15
Lesson 2.9 – Change String Properties00:04:52
Lesson 2.10 – Delete a Vertex (Point), a Segment or an Entire String00:04:37
TOPIC 3 – Plotting with the Quick Sheet Plot
Topic 3 Summary.
The lessons in Topic 3 will show you how to create a quick plan plot from your 12d model project. Producing a simple plan drawing you can then output to your printer, along with the PDF and CADD software formats.
Lesson 3.0 – Summary of Topic 300:00:43
Lesson 3.1 – Quick Sheet Plot – Plot to a Model00:10:09
Lesson 3.2 – Quick Sheet Plot – Plot to a PDF File00:03:19
Lesson 3.3 – Quick Sheet Plot – Plot to a DWG File00:01:42
Lesson 3.4 – Quick Sheet Plot – Plot to a Printer00:01:02
TOPIC 4 – Measuring and Saving Projects
Topic 4 Summary. The lessons in Topic 4 will show you how to measure by bearing and distance between 2 points, measuring by a value from a string (perpendicular) to a point or a point along a string like a chainage. The measure angle command is explained along with how to save your 12d Model project.
Lesson 4.0 – Summary of Topic 400:00:36
Lesson 4.1 – Measuring by Bearing and Distance00:1:37
Lesson 4.2 – Measure by Value00:3:39
Lesson 4.3 – Measure by Angle00:00:00
Lesson 4.4 – Saving 12d Model Projects00:00:37
TOPIC 5 – New 12d Model Project
Topic 5 Summary.
The lessons in Topic 5 will show you how to create a new 12d model project. In this project you will import two different data formats, the first being a 12da file and the second will be a text file containing X,Y and Z values. A mapfile will also be used during the lessons.
Lesson 5.0 – Summary of Topic 500:01:44
Lesson 5.1 – Create a new Modelling Project00:02:11
Lesson 5.2 – Import Survey Data 12da00:10:21
Lesson 5.3 – Import Survey Data 12da Utilising a Mapfile00:09:26
Lesson 5.4 – Import XYZ Point Data00:10:36
Lesson 5.5 – Import XYZ Point Data Utilising a Mapfile00:10:19
TOPIC 6 – Triangulation and Contouring
Topic 6 Summary. The lessons in Topic 6 will show you how to create a triangulation/surface of the survey data. Once the tin is created, how to view the tin and look at the available toggle settings for the tin. In this project you will create contours over the survey tin and look at all the options available to edit the contours.
Lesson 6.0 – Summary of Topic 600:01:51
Lesson 6.1 – Create Triangulation00:03:40
Lesson 6.2 – View the TIN in 3D Perspective00:03:04
Lesson 6.3 – View Toggles for Tins00:04:27
Lesson 6.4 – Tin Toggle Settings00:04:52
Lesson 6.5 – Creating Contours00:05:59
Lesson 6.6 – Editing Contour Strings – Smooth Contours00:03:29
Lesson 6.7 – Editing Contour Strings – Range Tab00:06:19
Lesson 6.8 – Editing Contour Strings – Labelling Contours00:06:22
TOPIC 7 – Create Raster Element & Exporting Data
Topic 7 Summary. The lessons in Topic 7 will show you how to create a Raster or Image from an ECW file format and how to modify the display order of Models. The lessons will also explain how to export your model data in 3 common formats including CAD (.dwg), 12daz and XYZ.
Lesson 7.0 – Summary of Topic 700:01:22
Lesson 7.1 – Create a Raster or Image from an ECW File00:09:02
Lesson 7.2 – Model Display Order00:06:31
Lesson 7.3 – Exporting CAD Data00:04:58
Lesson 7.4 – Exporting 12daz Data00:03:36
Lesson 7.5 – Exporting XYZ Data00:05:24
TOPIC 8 – Getting Ready for Design & Create the Design Pad
Topic 8 Summary. The lessons in Topic 8 will show you how to import a 12da file with the proposed subdivision road alignments. The construction of CAD strings by entering coordinates, bearing and distances and calculating snap locations on the fly. We then construct the starting position for the new Design Pad, and then draw the edge of the Design Pad.
Lesson 8.0 – Summary of Topic 800:01:24
Lesson 8.1 – Open the 12d Model Introduction Project00:01:28
Lesson 8.2 – Import Design Centrelines00:01:56
Lesson 8.3 – CAD and Construction00:09:35
Lesson 8.4 – Setting the CAD Control Bar00:01:39
Lesson 8.5 – Manual Construction Lines for the Design Pad00:03:20
Lesson 8.6 – Creating the Design Pad Outline00:06:11
TOPIC 9 – Create the Tennis Court Strings
Topic 9 Summary. Topic 9 will utilise some of the 12d Model CAD commands and snaps to provide more information and draw up the tennis courts on the Design Pad for our project. We will also look at ways to modify the properties of strings to allow users to change information at any time across the project.
Lesson 9.0 – Summary of Topic 900:00:40
Lesson 9.1 – CAD Rectangle by Width and Height00:01:58
Lesson 9.2 – CAD Move, CAD Rotate and CAD Copy00:06:05
Lesson 9.3 – Create CAD Lines utilising Snaps00:07:40
Lesson 9.4 – Multi String Properties00:01:45
TOPIC 10 – CAD Text, Symbols and Pipes
Topic 10 Summary. Topic 10 will utilise some of the 12d Model CAD commands and create single text strings, associate text to string segments. Create symbols as a single symbol or attached to a string vertex, as well as the editing options available to change the properties of the text or symbols. We will also create a string with pipe dimensions, and view it in 3D perspective.
Lesson 10.0 – Summary of Topic 1000:01:17
Lesson 10.1 – Create and Place Single Text00:04:45
Lesson 10.2 – Create and Place Text on a String Segment00:04:27
Lesson 10.3 – Create and Place a Single Symbol00:05:50
Lesson 10.4 – Create and Place a Symbol on a Vertex00:04:37
Lesson 10.5 – Create a Super String Pipe00:05:39
TOPIC 11 – String Modification
Topic 11 Summary. Topic 11 will utilise some of the 12d Model CAD commands and look at how we modify the vertex of a string, by moving, extending or inserting new vertices. String edits will also be covered for moving, copying, rotating as well as joining, paralleling to name a few. We will look at how we can edit string data from the String Inquire command.
Lesson 11.0 – Summary of Topic 1100:00:53
Lesson 11.1 – Point Edits00:06:46
Lesson 11.2 – String Edits00:08:26
Lesson 11.3 – String Inquire Edits00:04:28
TOPIC 12 – Sharing Data between Projects
Topic 12 Summary. Topic 12 will introduce users to 12d Model Sharing. Some background is explained and the process covered to allow Project data to be shared from one project with another. The 12d sharing process opens productivity enhancements and allows for multiple 12d Users to have access to data and design simultaneously across the organisation.
Lesson 12.0 – Summary of Topic 1200:00:41
Lesson 12.1 – Share out Design Pad Data00:05:49
Lesson 12.2 – Open the Civil Design Modelling Project00:00:45
Lesson 12.3 – Sharing the Design Data into Civil Design Modelling Project00:03:45
TOPIC 13 – Tennis Courts – Design Pad
Topic 13 Summary. The lessons in Topic 13 will show you the steps required to create a design pad for the tennis courts. First up we will look at how to inquire the height in a "tin", followed by coping the perimeter of the pad into your current project and setting a design level to the pad. Once this is done you will create the Interface batters from the pad to the survey. You will then move into creating a design tin (triangulation) of the pad followed by viewing the pad in a perspective and section view. At the end of the topic you will be shown how to create design contours, calculating volumes and creating a Chain to automate some of the above processes.
Lesson 13.0 – Summary of Topic 1300:02:29
Lesson 13.1 – Tin Height Inquire00:04:45
Lesson 13.2 – Copy the Design Pad String & Set Design Levels00:07:41
Lesson 13.3 – Interface Function – Creating Batters00:07:00
Lesson 13.4 – Pad Elevation00:06:03
Lesson 13.5 – Triangulate the Design Pad00:04:49
Lesson 13.6 – Perspective View of the Design Pad00:05:07
Lesson 13.7 – Section View of the Design Pad00:10:41
Lesson 13.8 – Creating Contours of the Design Pad00:09:27
Lesson 13.9 – Volume Calculation of the Design Pad00:03:50
Lesson 13.10 – Create a Chain for the Design Pad00:21:20
TOPIC 14 – Supertins
Topic 14 Summary. The lessons in Topic 14 will show you how to create a Supertin from the Tins in your project and how a Supertin is useful to create. You will then be shown how you can edit your Supertin then followed by how to Contour your Supertin.
Lesson 14.0 – Summary of Topic 1400:01:01
Lesson 14.1 – Create a Supertin00:07:01
Lesson 14.2 – Editing a Supertin00:08:20
Lesson 14.3 – Contouring a Supertin00:08:51
TOPIC 15 – Advanced Tin Edits
Topic 15 Summary. The lessons in Topic 15 will show you how to edit a tin in all manner of ways, from all the option in the Retriangulate Tin panel, to nulling and resetting triangles, and setting attributes to strings to include or exclude the inside data in the tin. The options for adjusting triangles - add breaklines and flip triangles will also be covered.
Lesson 15.0 – Summary of Topic 1500:02:16
Lesson 15.1 – Editing the Tin00:06:47
Lesson 15.2 – Null Triangles by Point00:02:09
Lesson 15.3 – Null Triangles by Strings00:03:33
Lesson 15.4 – Resetting Triangles00:03:21
Lesson 15.5 – Create a Tin Boundary00:02:39
Lesson 15.6 – Removing Triangles by Include/Exclude00:02:43
Lesson 15.7 – Add Breaklines to a Tin00:03:29
Lesson 15.8 – Flip Triangles00:03:43
Lesson 15.9 – Tin Info, Tin Manager and Tins on a View00:03:22
TOPIC 16 – Tin Analysis
Topic 16 Summary. The lessons in Topic 16 will show you how to analyse the tin for changes in slope across the tin, as well as an aspect analysis option to determine the direction of the triangles, north, east, south or west. The colour values can be tabulated into a table format for plotting or exporting.
Lesson 16.0 – Summary of Topic 1600:01:19
Lesson 16.1 – Slope Analysis00:09:18
Lesson 16.2 – Tabulate Range File00:04:34
Lesson 16.3 – Aspect Analysis00:06:22
Lesson 16.4 – Tin Height Colouring00:05:45
Lesson 16.5 – Tin Label Lines for Contours00:04:19
TOPIC 17 – Calculate Stockpile Volumes
Topic 17 Summary. The lessons in Topic 17 will show you how to import a survey stockpile model via the 12daz file format, moving into creating a tin of the data then you will be calculating the fill volume in this stockpile. The final lesson will show you how to use an inbuilt routine that can automatically create the tins for you and also the volume and other useful quantities you may require.
Lesson 17.0 – Summary of Topic 1700:01:21
Lesson 17.1 – Import Stockpile Data00:05:23
Lesson 17.2 – Create Tin of the Stockpile Data00:04:09
Lesson 17.3 – Stockpile Volumes00:05:49
Lesson 17.4 – Calculate Stockpile Volumes using a Routine00:09:23