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Overlay and Mill Daylight

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Anonymous
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Overlay and Mill Daylight

In order to daylight my edge of pavement; I am trying to attach the linkoffsetonsurface to the OverlayMillandlevel2. It is attaching to the bottom left edge of overlay (not left and right). 

 

Is it possible to turn on the top left overlay point to connect to and the top right edge point to attach an offset to surface subassembly?

 

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Thanks, John

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sboon
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I don't think you can attach it directly.  If your overlay is a constant thickness then you might be able to work around it by applying a vertical offset in your assembly.  Try using an ACad move to shift the daylight sub up to where the edge of pavement should be.

 

Steve
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Anonymous
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I got it by adding link vertical subassembly and making it the height of the overlay, and renamed the link to omit. (I was confused if the point was btm of overlay or milling) Then attached the LinkoffsetOnSurface to the top of the vertical.

 

Thanks for the Idea.

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