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dchw
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Registered: ‎02-06-2014
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Corridor tied to existing points

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02-06-2014 12:44 PM

Hello group,

I'm trying to locate directions for creating a corridor using existing points brought into Civil 3D.  I want to have a corridor created that will tie to my edge of pavement shots, used to creat exisiting conditions for a set of plans to create new shoulders and ditches on.  Anyone know of a way this can be done or did I simply miss something basic?

 

Thanks!

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engrtech
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Re: Corridor tied to existing points

02-07-2014 06:17 AM in reply to: dchw

dchw wrote:

Hello group,

I'm trying to locate directions for creating a corridor using existing points brought into Civil 3D.  I want to have a corridor created that will tie to my edge of pavement shots, used to creat exisiting conditions for a set of plans to create new shoulders and ditches on.  Anyone know of a way this can be done or did I simply miss something basic?

 

Thanks!


Sounds like you just need to make a surface of your shots. Then you can make an alignment and surface profile of the EOP and create a corridor for your new shoulders and ditches. Make the corridor use the alignment and profile of the existing EOP and you should be good to go. 

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dchw
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Re: Corridor tied to existing points

02-07-2014 09:53 AM in reply to: engrtech

I will give that a try, thanks!

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