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rroark
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Registered: ‎01-07-2010
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Basic T intersection Problem

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03-04-2010 01:01 PM
I am designing a T road intersection from a gravel road to a paved highway. Using the intersection wizard and modifying assemblies from intersections area i cannot get it to draw the radius' without putting a curb in (which i do not want). It still includes the curb even if i delete that subassembly from the assembly. I think my problem is using the "premade" assemblies, if anyone could give me any advice on building a assembly to handle this "curb return" problem it would greatly apprieciated.
Did you try creating a new assembly for your curb return without a curb and
assigning it under curb returns?. Try that and save it as a new assembly
set.

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I am designing a T road intersection from a gravel road to a paved highway.
Using the intersection wizard and modifying assemblies from intersections
area i cannot get it to draw the radius' without putting a curb in (which i
do not want). It still includes the curb even if i delete that subassembly
from the assembly. I think my problem is using the "premade" assemblies, if
anyone could give me any advice on building a assembly to handle this "curb
return" problem it would greatly apprieciated.
*fcobob
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Re: Basic T intersection Problem

03-04-2010 01:37 PM in reply to: rroark
Did you try creating a new assembly for your curb return without a curb and
assigning it under curb returns?. Try that and save it as a new assembly
set.

wrote in message news:6348980@discussion.autodesk.com...
I am designing a T road intersection from a gravel road to a paved highway.
Using the intersection wizard and modifying assemblies from intersections
area i cannot get it to draw the radius' without putting a curb in (which i
do not want). It still includes the curb even if i delete that subassembly
from the assembly. I think my problem is using the "premade" assemblies, if
anyone could give me any advice on building a assembly to handle this "curb
return" problem it would greatly apprieciated.
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rroark
Posts: 7
Registered: ‎01-07-2010
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Re: Basic T intersection Problem

03-04-2010 01:54 PM in reply to: rroark
That is what I just did, and it worked, i guess without renameing, it didn't actually delete the curb out of it's properties. Thanks
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