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kulfi
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Parametric Blocks or Models

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01-26-2014 03:42 AM

If i need to make a block in AUD 2014 does it have a part builder like civil 3d. Please guide.

Thanks

Kulfi
Electronics Engineer

Pind Saudi Arabia



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jpab
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Re: Parametric Blocks or Models

01-28-2014 05:06 PM in reply to: kulfi

hello Kulfi,

you should be able to use a regular autodcad block for most of your feature classes. Just add a style, hit the edit button and select the block you want to use.

JIm

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kulfi
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Re: Parametric Blocks or Models

01-28-2014 08:14 PM in reply to: kulfi

What is happening is that when i am moving to Industry Model in AUD 2014 and checking the properties for my 2d Model Block i am getting error and the program exits.

 

Kulfi
Electronics Engineer

Pind Saudi Arabia



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jpab
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Re: Parametric Blocks or Models

01-30-2014 03:55 AM in reply to: kulfi

Kulfi,

you say the program exits, does it throw an unhandled exception error? Or does the program just go away with out any warning?

If it is either of these cases you should call AUD support because there is something wrong with the program itself.

Jim

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