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I am trying to draft a box culvert with a winged headwall using a pipe network. I am having trouble getting the right size of headwall/ wings. My box culvert needs to be 5' tall, by 9' wide. I found the box culvert pipe, but having hell trying to size a wingwall. I added all part sizes in the Concrete Rectangular Box Culvert Headwall Family. How should I go about picking a part size? The attached image shows my problem. The names appear to have three dimensions, I am not really sure what the three dimensions are tied to. Thanks for any help!!!
I just did a box culvert project. I never used a C3D headwall in the pipe network. I just manually drew the wing walls and had a generic, no display structure at the end used for labeling purposes. I found that if you have a bend in the box culvert, C3D can't even handle that, so I just drew the outside walls and inside walls manually. I know that doesn't help you much, but know that C3D isn't made for doing box culverts really.
As much as I hate it, I think that may be the way to go!
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The fix for both of your problems.
In old C3D you use to be able to leave linework cleanup on for any structure and it would draw your bend. Not in order to do this you need to use the "null" structure. This is bad when it comes to labeling your probile as you have to use a lot of profile view labels instead of structure labels. Still wishing Autodesk would make a label to label pipes vertically where you want without having to use a data band.
The wing wall:
Having had this problem in the past. You are left with only 3 choices.
1. You draw it manually in both plan and profile, make blocks of them, and then make a structure using those blocks.
2. You create a 3D model of it and to get it in your profile you just use the draw drawing objects in profile function
3. The most difficult, create a modified version of your wingwall part in partbuilder.
All three options will get you to what you want. Some just require more work than others.
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