AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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CORRIDORS / ASSEMBLIES

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06-14-2012 02:50 PM

I have created several different corridors (with different assemblies in them), but when I to to view sections the same assembly keeps showing up.  How do the sections get updated with the new assemblies?

It sounds like you haven't sampled the other corridors into your sample lines.  If you open the sample line group properties then you can see which sections are currently included, and add more data if necessary.

 

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Re: CORRIDORS / ASSEMBLIES

06-14-2012 08:19 PM in reply to: GregLee5360

It sounds like you haven't sampled the other corridors into your sample lines.  If you open the sample line group properties then you can see which sections are currently included, and add more data if necessary.

 

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Re: CORRIDORS / ASSEMBLIES

06-15-2012 05:46 AM in reply to: sboon

Thank You for the tip, I really appreciate it!!

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Re: CORRIDORS / ASSEMBLIES

07-12-2012 09:01 PM in reply to: GregLee5360

i m fresh user for autocad civil 3d 2010. i m facing  a problem with assemblie. i dont knw how to draw a trench excavation by using trench assemblies with varying width to each side.

 

is it gt d other way to draw it?

 

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Re: CORRIDORS / ASSEMBLIES

07-12-2012 10:17 PM in reply to: gary_tdq

Please ask a new question in another new thread, rather than hijacking this one.

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