AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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*Matt Kolberg
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Relative Elevation of 0

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06-14-2004 04:27 PM
I'd like to grade something flat. I've created a feature line at a random elevation and would like to grade it to one side for 30 feet with 0 elevation change at each vertex. So I created a criteria Target: Distance Distance: 30 feet Projection: Relative Elevation Relative Elevation: 0 feet Looks good to me, but when I apply it nothing happens, or I get a fatal error. Anyone have success with this type of criteria? Matt Kolberg
*Dave D
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Re: Relative Elevation of 0

11-12-2004 02:47 PM in reply to: *Matt Kolberg
Yep me too. Even with Civil3D 2005. Dave D. "Matt Kolberg" wrote in message news:40ce3444_2@newsprd01... I'd like to grade something flat. I've created a feature line at a random elevation and would like to grade it to one side for 30 feet with 0 elevation change at each vertex. So I created a criteria Target: Distance Distance: 30 feet Projection: Relative Elevation Relative Elevation: 0 feet Looks good to me, but when I apply it nothing happens, or I get a fatal error. Anyone have success with this type of criteria? Matt Kolberg
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Mark B
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Registered: ‎12-08-2004
Message 3 of 3 (112 Views)

Re: Relative Elevation of 0

12-08-2004 02:03 PM in reply to: *Matt Kolberg
It seems to work if you specify a very flat but non-zero slope, like 1000000:1.
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