I am trying to create a closed loop alignment for a track. Previously i have included a small gap between two alignments to get around the problem when a housing plot is created (please see the attached dicument) when a closed alignment is created, Is there any way of getting rid of this?Or am i doing something wrong.
P.S i am still beginner at using autocad civil 3d
What version are you using?
Is there any way of getting rid of this?
I'm not quite sure what you are asking about. Also, please don't post DOC files, many people won't open them due to possibility of embedded virus. Instead, just attach the image direct.
Apologies. Here is the attached Jpeg.
Basically, the issue is that i do not want to create a parcel or plot. I have got a cirucit track , which a a closed loop and designed using alignment. But whenever the end chainage is conencted to 0 chaiange it creates a parcel from which creating a corridor is not possible (well this is what i think) if there is any way of resolving this issue it would be much apreicated.
I you open C3D and get the issue to display on screen, hit the Print Screen button. Open Microsoft Paint and paste the screen cap into Paint. Save it as a png and post that file.
I think C3D is going to create the parcel no matter what you do since it is closing. You can change the parcel to a no-display style though.
I'm not sure waht ADesk recommends with closed alignments. Personally I get the heebie-jeebies jsut thinking about them. Anyone else use closed alignments?
I created it successfully, closed, WITHOUT it creating a parcel.
a siteless alignment would not be able to create a parcel since a parcel requires a site.
Change the alignment to siteless.
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