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phareouh
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Assembly Overlap , When Assigning Targets for median in corridor

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07-09-2012 08:48 PM

Dear All 

Here's my assembly :

asss.JPG

 

and 

 

when I tried to assign the Median Width in my corridor to a polyline representing media width,

 

I got this overlap in my Section view :

 

OverLab.JPG

 

overLab2.JPG

 

so how can I maintain Objects in this cause "Lanes" attached to median no matter width change ?

 

Thanks

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BrianHailey
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Registered: ‎04-27-2005
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Re: Assembly Overlap , When Assigning Targets for median in corridor

07-10-2012 05:49 AM in reply to: phareouh

Most likely what happened is you attached the lane accidentally to the assembly baseline and not the median. You then moved the lane subassembly to the correct location. When you do that, it's still attached to whatever it was originally attached to but now with an offset. Grab your lane (and everything left of it for the left side) and on the ribbon choose the command MOVE. Don't use the AutoCAD MOVE, COPY, or MIRROR command unless you don't want to change what the subassembly is attached to.

 

http://screencast.com/t/W08ZOH2oMC 

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