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Terramodel - Is anyone still using it?

Terramodel - Is anyone still using it?

Terramodel - Is anyone still using it?


My firm (land development) is using Terramodel for site grading design and earthwork calcs. I'm aware that it's an orphaned software and was once owned by Trimble.

Is anyone else still using it? Or have most migrated to Civil 3D or some other software?

I'd like to eventually get the firm to migrate over, only because it doesn't feel right to be continuing to use a software that's no longer supported or updated and that Civil 3D can also do grading design. However, I've heard from those that have tried to use C3D that it is quite counter-intuitive. Any merit to this?



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