Good afternoon, I've been working with Civil 3D for a while and I've gotten the Profile View and Data Bands down pat pretty much, but my officemates and I still haven't found a solution to a problem:
Whenever we create an alignment with only two vertices (at each endpoint) and make the Northings, Eastings, and Elevations show in the data bands, the start and end show no data. (As below) Now I'm sure the data band is set up correctly because if I add a vertex somewhere along the alignment, all the missing data shows up.
This is my first time posting, so I'm not quite sure exactly what details you'll need to help, so I'll provide as needed; sorry for the inconvenience.
We've only had this missing data when the alignment is a simple straight line. Hope somebody out there can help Thanks.
(Note: Neglect the angled Grade Break labels)
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Interesting problem that I have encountered before myself.
Bring up the profile view properties, and select the Stations tab.
Set the Station range to User specfied range.
Select the entire value in the Start: text box and type in 0 (assuming this is your alignment start station value)
Select the entire value in the Ed: text box and type in the value of the alignment end station. Only enter the number, not the units.
If that does not work, enter 0.0001 as your start station and subtract 0.0001 from your end station and enter it in the end station box.
I tested the above on Civil 3d 2013 64it on Windows Pro 64bit.
It would also be helpful in future if you post your version of civil 3d, whether it is 32bit or 64 bit and your operating system.
Good morning Andrew,
Thanks for that, I didn't think of trying that before. By doing what you said the Horizontal Geometry and the first Northings, Eastings, and Elevations show up. For some reason the data forthe last station won't show up, whether I add or subtract to the end station. However this is already a large improvement, at least now I'll only have to manually enter three things, instead of 7.
Thank you very much
And I'm running this file on Civil 3D 2013 (I believe 64 bit) on Windows 7.
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