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ralstogj
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Fill up from Retaining wall to existing ground

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04-11-2012 03:04 PM

hi

 

I have a featureline as the top of a wall and want to grade up away from it to marry to existing ground

I think I have seen it done before with grading but can not remember now any suggestions. 

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sboon
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Re: Fill up from Retaining wall to existing ground

04-11-2012 04:12 PM in reply to: ralstogj

This is a slope from the top of wall up (or down) to the existing surface - correct?

 

Create a grading object using a slope to surface criteria, and add a surface to the grading group if you need to paste it into a composite FG surface.

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