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Assigning a specific Target to a Custom Subassembly

Assigning a specific Target to a Custom Subassembly

Hi,

 

somtimes when you work on realy big projects whow require a big assemblies with many If condition and Targeting, the whole procces of assigning targets sure takes a lot of time.

it would realy be helpful to make a custom subassembly which targets a specific target in Civil 3D.

with that,there is no need to whole process of assigning Targets in the Corridor Parsmters tab.

 

Khaled

8 Comments
martin.folber
Advocate

Hi Khaled,

I have just read your request. Maybe you would be interested in our utility Corridor Multiple Target 
https://www.cadstudio.cz/en/apps/cmt/

 
Martin

 

khaledCULN8
Advocate

Hi @martin.folber 

 

yes, I’m very interested in this product. How can i get a trial run to test it out?

does it work on Civil 3D 2020? If not, when is the release for a version that works in Civil 3D 2020?

if everything goes smoothly, I’m interested in getting a deal for multiple licenses.

 

Khaled

martin.folber
Advocate

Hi Khaled,

here is the link to trial version https://autode.sk/2Gd2tCQ.

 

I also attached another great utility for staking-out big corridors (https://www.cadstudio.cz/en/apps/gvbk/)

 

Hoping you will like it.

 

Martin

 

khaledCULN8
Advocate

Hi @martin.folber 

 

is the latest version compatible with Civil 3D 2020?

 

khaled

martin.folber
Advocate

Hi Khaled,

yes, it works in 2019/2020.

 

Martin

martin.folber
Advocate

Hi Khaled,

have you tried our utilities? Do you think, they would be helpful for your company?

 

thanks

Martin

khaledCULN8
Advocate

Hi,

 

it is really helpful. i just have one note, that using this add-in does not allow you to assign targets for two subassemblies who have the same name.

is there a way to fix that?

 

khaled

martin.folber
Advocate

Hi Khaled,

unfortunatelly you are right. We use unique subassembly name for recognition inside dialogs. You can have more same subassemblies in one assembly targeting them differently, so you have to know which one is which by their unique name. So we recommend to use different subs names. 

 

Martin

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