Do you all really use corridor feature lines for planemetric linework? To like be on a finihed deliverable?
It sound neat, but I would have thought the 2d geometry was already there. I haven't gotten to the point where I could leave a plan blank until I get the corridor desgned
I have done this on very small jobs where the D geometry was set in stone prior to the grading and I didn't want to waste time managing an additional file. In proposed conditions our plans only use one non continuous Linotype for flu's needed to define the surface so using these Flu's is possible for sheets. We could not do this until now for existing conditions due to all of the non continuous Linotype we use. As Sinc said and as we all know from experience, the fences, dashed pavement edges, etc are not fit to print. I am hoping this new feature will save us the step of exploding figures and making D base maps from our topographic models and move away from keeping a D base design file for plotting. I will be testing this and when we roll out I hope to have new time saving procedures for the staff.
I've been getting away from any sort of "plainmetric" usage, viewing it as far less useful than 3D. That's why linetype generation on C3D elements has been such a big deal for us.
This one item has tempted me to roll out C3D 2013 to our company, just fearful... It seems there's a new 2013 bug posted in these forums every other-day. So I hope Autodesk comes out with a C3D 2013 SP1 very soon, not waiting as long as they did for 2012.
I would like to see one of these files. It sounds impressive. Could you share a small one?
So, has 2012 fixed the ltgen of feature lines or not?
I tried setting plinegen to 1 but my flowline created from "feature line from corridor" still looks horrible.
Is there a workaround?
How do you get your flowlines into the drawing?
Oddly enough.. my cut / fill slopes don't look that back... but my flowlines seem to have a lot of vertices??