Im creating a Profile Bandset and would like to have multiple surface/profile elevations shown, ie: EG, FG, Back of Curb and Back of walk. While creating this bandset I see that the text component editor properties only has code for profile 1 elevation and profile 2 elevation in the properties area, which the code for this looks like below.
Ive tried to write my own code using the profile 2 as an example but it doesnt seem to work as a 3rd surface/profile and only seems to mimic the profile 2 elevation when placed in the band
My questions are as follows
1) does Civil 3d only allow 2 surface elevations in any band set? if it does allow more profiles/surface elevations what am i missing to create it?
2) if Civil 3d does alow for multiple surfaces to be shown in the band set how do i get the text component editor to supply the extra profile elevation codes? or would i need to create from scratch
3) if i need to write the code from scratch does anyone have a listing of the codes and meanings of each code ie what does RN, Uft, Sn and so forth do and mean .
Any help would be much appreciated..
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I run across similar scenario on rural roadways -- existing, proposed CL, left ditch, right ditch
I created a band style for the ditches and add this additonal band to the profile view.
As one is able to attach numerous bands to any given profile view.
I was trying to refrain from running a second bandset due to size constaints on my overall sheet but if thats the only way to show multiple surface elevations so be it. Thank you for your reply i appreciate the input
There's nothing saying they have to be next to each other...set them up so when on is overlaid on the other they appear to be one.
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