The red line is the surface. The gray line is and existing corridor created with link-slope-offset targeted to breaklines.
the curb is drawn to size specifications as a pline and added to the existing assembly. the origion point was set to the svy eop. as you can see the top extends beyond the back of curb. (i will remove the surface and turn off line curb links later when all looks well).
any suggestions on the best way to get crub in that matches the eop and boc shots?
Wow! and existing corridor. That is the secondtime in one month I read someone is creating existing ground by corridor - I'm impressed. Could you use offset assmblies with UrbanCurbandGutter and add the BOC profile to control the top? Hmm I guess not. There are no target parameters for it.
We created a custom subassembly (using .NET) that scans across our existing survey data (in an xref) in plan view and then draws the section by connecting to the surface. In the case of curb we find the front of curb and go down set depth from surface, then across the width of the curb then tie back into the surface.
This was we can show curb, sidewalk, lanes, shoulders, guardrail, and legal type markers such as ROW, Easements, Wetlands, etc.
breaklines for the bc, tc and boc will also give a better look in sections
I don't think i have time to attempt something like that and figuring out .net.
maybe i can use subassembly composer and make a curb that anchors to the eop and then uses a marked point to anchor to the boc and some of the curb link lengths would be parametrically driven. But i have never attempted doing something like that yet and maybe there is a better way.
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