I created a structural drawing by AutoCAD Structural Detailing Software and then Xref it to Autodesk Plant.
When I tried to prepare orthos with the casual manner but I got these lines in themiddles of different walls and pads.
Any help on how to remove them?
NB: see attached picture as example
Have you refered to the AutoCAD Structural Detailing Services and Support Page?
AutoCAD Plant 3D 2013 Object Enablers.
Same issue here. The only difference is that I received the steel model from Tekla. It gives the same result as you. I did not found a solution yet.
Have you verified if you have the AutoCAD Structural Detailing object enablers installed as well?
If that does not work, can you attach your drawing file so I can test it for the same results you are getting?
couple of extra questions to help clarify the problem
are they steel pieces, they look more like a concrete slab to me.
did you use ASD or export from Revit to create them
when you xreffed into your plant model, did you add the ASD file to the plant project?
the structural drawing consist of steel structural frame and concrete walls and pads.
I created the drawings in 3D plant design and modify it in ASD to be able to adapt it to 3D.
so these structural drawings were modified in ASD.
Where is the XREF located? Did you copy the drawing to the Plant project and then xref the drawing into the Plant 3D drawing?
which one...the 3d foder in windows explorer, or the 3d folder in the plant3d project browser
hmmm..just noticed something...it may be your workflow thats causing the issue
you said earlier that you created them in plant and then modified in ASD
you cant edit the plant steel and concrete in ASD...did you sdnf out, then bring into revit, then link to ASD
otherwise you will have to 'recreate' the steel in ASD.
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