AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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More Sampled Cross Sections into existing ones

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10-10-2012 10:18 AM

I sampled my sections at 25 feet intervals, created my section view group and them plotted my cross section sheets. All look fine.My problem is that I need to include Station 21+17.40 and some other similar stations (in-between the 25 feet intervals) into my cross section sheets without deleting the existing Sample Line Group and Section View Group. Is there a way I can sample my desired additional sections and add them to the existing Sample Line Group and Section View Group and re-plotted my cross sections?

All you need to do is run the CREATESAMPLELINES command once again and select the same alignment. Then you can type in the stations, along with the width that you need. Once you have the additional sample lines, create section views for the added sample lines and update the group layout.

 

If the missing station are polylines already, you can create sample lines out of them and save yourself a lot of time typing all those stations.

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Re: More Sampled Cross Sections into existing ones

10-10-2012 04:28 PM in reply to: wizengr

All you need to do is run the CREATESAMPLELINES command once again and select the same alignment. Then you can type in the stations, along with the width that you need. Once you have the additional sample lines, create section views for the added sample lines and update the group layout.

 

If the missing station are polylines already, you can create sample lines out of them and save yourself a lot of time typing all those stations.

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