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stgospel
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How to make the Corridor Datum Surface to attach itself to all Datum Links

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05-12-2011 11:39 PM

KIndly Help Me

 

I have this corridor that has a typical "U-ditch" subassembly attached to its Assembly.

I have already created a corridor surface and used a Datum links as its data.

The problem is that when i generated the x-section, the corridor datum surface section (violet/magenta) are not all attached to the datum links.

I already reviewed the assembly and confirmed that the "U-ditch" has datum links in it.

you can view the attached pic.

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NathanBee
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Re: How to make the Corridor Datum Surface to attach itself to all Datum Links

05-13-2011 01:59 AM in reply to: stgospel

In the Surface tab of Corridor properties, have you changed the Overhang Correction to 'bottom links'?

I've seen examples on this DG of that correcting this problem before.

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stgospel
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Re: How to make the Corridor Datum Surface to attach itself to all Datum Links

05-13-2011 02:13 AM in reply to: NathanBee

Thank you very much !! Ive been Using Civil 3d for 3 yrs now and i can't believe i forgot that.

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NathanBee
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Re: How to make the Corridor Datum Surface to attach itself to all Datum Links

05-13-2011 03:06 AM in reply to: stgospel

No worries mate. Glad to have helped. :smileyhappy:

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