Can you explain in stepses.
Thank you for your advice
Omit the crossing daylight links through your Section parameter editor. See the two pictures below.
This stinks that Civil 3D does not have the intelligence to clean up intersecting Daylighting in Corridors. Especially, when using two Baselines in the same Corridor!
The Autodesk BIM dream is still a long way off in Civil 3D I'd say...
I figure out the best way to do that,
1- Create surface from Baseline 1
2- Create a fetureline form the surface of Baseline 1 that located in the intersection between corridor 1 & 2
3- Create subassembly that target featureline by using linkoffsetandelevation
Any queries will be wellcom
I take back my "C3D stinks" on this grading cleanup issue with Corridors. SAC is making me me eat those words.
I created a subassembly in SAC that cleans up intersecting daylight links between two Corridors. You can see below, between two crowned corridors, the daylighting links catch into existing ground, and stay apart up to about Sta 0+70. The corridor on the left is daylighting at 25%, and the corridor on the right is daylighting at 15%.
After that, they are intersecting and cleaning up with each other.
I will be appreciate if you can send me the .pkt file so that it will help me to reduce a time to produce that corridor.
Can you explain how you did your template in SAC or can you post your .pkt file here please.
For your advice please.
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