Autodesk Subassembly Composer – $575

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ONLINEAutodesk Subassembly Composer – $575Contact to schedule
MADISONAutodesk Subassembly Composer – $57506/29/20171 day
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– Who need computer (Regular price)$575.00
– Who will bring own computer and software ($250 off)$325.00
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Autodesk Subassembly Composer

Prerequisite: A working knowledge of Civil 3D is a prerequisite for this hands on class.
Level: Advanced

Each Classroom training session will include:
• Instructor-led demonstration of the software, followed by hands-on lab exercises, using provided data sets and accompanying templates or standards.
• Adequate time for questions and answers after each module or section and at the end of each class day.

Description of Class: Subassembly Composer (SAC) is a simplified flowchart style interface for developing complex AutoCAD Civil 3D subassemblies without a need for programming knowledge. One-day hands-on training includes creating subassemblies used in roadway modeling and site grading. Taught in release 2016 or 2017.

Who should attend: Anyone interested in creating custom subassemblies for AutoCAD Civil 3D.

Topics Covered in this Session

1. Functionality of SAC

2. Setup
-Installing and Configuring
-Configuring the work space

3. The User Interface
-Menu Bar
-Tool Box
-Advanced Geometry
-Flow Chart
-Organizing elements
-Rearranging elements
-Viewing geometry element properties and previews
-Navigating through nested elements
-Properties Panel
-Preview Panel
-Settings and Parameter Panel
-Packet Settings Tab
-Input/Output Parameters Tab
-Target Parameters Tab
-Superelevation Tab
-Event Viewer Tab

4. Building a Subassembly
-Create a Project
-Define Subassembly Parameters
-Working with Geometry Elements
-Manage Flow Chart
-Save Project

5. Import a Subassembly into Civil 3D
-SAC Support Pack

6. Editing an Existing Subassembly
-Modify Subassembly Parameters
-Modify Geometry Elements

7. Using Target Parameters
-Offset Target
-Elevation Target
-Surface target

8. Working with Conditional Functionality to Subassemblies

9. Calculating Parameter Values

10. Enumerated Groups of Input Parameters

11. Supplying and Calculating Property Data
-Functions and Operators

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