AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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clemay
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C3D to SSA (Checklist and Tips Needed)

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02-06-2014 01:20 PM

I have created my pipe network and I am ready to import my pipe network into the Storm & Sanitary Analysis (SSA).  Having setup a few drawings before in SSA, I have had issues in viewing point data, alignments, smart propert data, etc when I actually go and attach the dwg/image file to finish the rest of my work in SSA.

 

So I have had to explode Cogo Points down to text and alignments down to lines and so on.  SO I guess I need to do the same thing with my current drawing (copy of) before I export the drawing to the SSA?

 

 

So this will be my first actual export of the pipe network from C3D into SSA.  I have my migration settings set with my new Parts List for the one I have worked so hard on instead of the standard one.  I assume that overide was the correct move? 

 

I do not have any catchments as they will be created in SSA post export.  I also have ditches within my network that I have given null structures in the network with elevations and I will update them in SSA when I attach the dwg/image file with the objects (polylines) shown with the elevations.

 

I just wanted to reach out to some of the Jedi C3D Masters out there for some pointers since this road has been traveled down before.

 

Any feedback would be appreciated.

 

Thanks.

C3D 2014 SP1
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