AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

AutoCAD Civil 3D General Discussion

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Subassembly problem

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09-26-2013 08:34 PM

I want the ditch at the bottom of the slope. It keeps on attaching at the EP. My subassembly is attached..

Your ditch IS attached to the EP, at least in cut anyway. You have your lane, then a conditional cut, then your ditch.

Ir are you talking about your fill? Looks like you have a daylight then the ditch. It should be working in fill.

The daylight in fill, you'd be better off using the link slope to surface instead. Attaching a subassembly to part of a daylight can be inconsistent.
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Re: Subassembly problem

09-26-2013 09:01 PM in reply to: om_gc
Your ditch IS attached to the EP, at least in cut anyway. You have your lane, then a conditional cut, then your ditch.

Ir are you talking about your fill? Looks like you have a daylight then the ditch. It should be working in fill.

The daylight in fill, you'd be better off using the link slope to surface instead. Attaching a subassembly to part of a daylight can be inconsistent.
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Re: Subassembly problem

09-26-2013 11:00 PM in reply to: om_gc

Not sure, but it almost looks like both of the conditional tests are being evaluated as true, and both daylights are being built.  Matt's solution is probably correct, but you might want to also check the corridor parameters and make sure that the conditional targets are right.

 

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Re: Subassembly problem

09-28-2013 06:50 AM in reply to: sboon

Thanks guys. I followed matt method & it works.

Steve - I chose target and existing surface target as my existing surface.

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