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Maybe an Assembly Probelm

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08-31-2011 10:54 PM

Please see My Attachment ... I Want create my profile view like this view ... but  I don't know how to create those parts that I have mentioned in the picture ...

I'm partial to this solution: http://blog.civil3dreminders.com/2010/12/custom-bench-subassembly-updated.html

 

It is a custom made subassembly that will do the benching and allow for the use of profiles as targets.

 

Christopher

http://blog.civil3dreminders.com/

They do have one, it's called daylight bench. Chris pointed you to one that has some additional functionality.

So Daylighte bench is a subassembly ? ... or we define it in corridor properties ? ...

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Re: Maybe an Assembly Probelm

09-01-2011 01:22 AM in reply to: bidoust

Please someone help me ... :smileysad:

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Re: Maybe an Assembly Probelm

09-01-2011 01:55 AM in reply to: bidoust
What? You waited 3 hours and nobody replied yet? Patience! Especially if you're in the western hemisphere.

By "profile view" I assume you mean "section view".
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Re: Maybe an Assembly Probelm

09-01-2011 02:14 AM in reply to: mathewk

Oops ... Yes that is section view ... I'm from east ... and I'm in a hurry ... is that so hard to solve it ? ....

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Re: Maybe an Assembly Probelm

09-01-2011 06:03 AM in reply to: bidoust

bidoust,

 

looks like some form of terracing.

 

are you looking for subassemblies to use in combination with a profile to generate a corridor?

 

those flat areas could be a set distance from the road and a set elevation or they could be targeted to alignments if they are not a set distance from the road.   those terrace alignments could also have profiles associated with them to control the elevations if they are not a set height above centerline.   they could be modeled with basic lane and or basic lane transition.  there is a generic multi sub which could be used.    there are also subs with multiple levels of hma and subbase.   It all depends on what the sections are for and what you plan to do with them.

 

 

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Re: Maybe an Assembly Probelm

09-01-2011 11:02 PM in reply to: bidoust

I'm partial to this solution: http://blog.civil3dreminders.com/2010/12/custom-bench-subassembly-updated.html

 

It is a custom made subassembly that will do the benching and allow for the use of profiles as targets.

 

Christopher

http://blog.civil3dreminders.com/

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Re: Maybe an Assembly Probelm

09-02-2011 03:43 AM in reply to: Civil3DReminders

Yes ... This is My answer ... so Autodesk doesen't provide this subbassembly in Civil 3D ... but I can do this in Land 2009 ... Shame on Autodesk ...

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Re: Maybe an Assembly Probelm

09-02-2011 07:08 AM in reply to: bidoust
They do have one, it's called daylight bench. Chris pointed you to one that has some additional functionality.
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Re: Maybe an Assembly Probelm

09-02-2011 11:45 AM in reply to: mathewk

So Daylighte bench is a subassembly ? ... or we define it in corridor properties ? ...

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Re: Maybe an Assembly Probelm

09-02-2011 12:14 PM in reply to: mathewk

Oh ... I found That ... what a big mistake x_x ... 

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