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Automatic Infill Gradings

Automatic Infill Gradings

If I create an Infill Grading for a residential building pad, and the surrounding lot itself, and then draw a Feature Line as breakline through the rear of the lot to create a swale, the Infill Grading is currently split, and leaves a gap where my lot is no longer graded.

 

The same holds true for when I do a stepped-offset for my building pad (at finished floor elevation), as we only grade to 8" below finished floor, there's now a 0.10 gap in my surface that is a PITA to go back and Infill.

 

If there exists an Infill Grading, and a Feature Line is drawn/added as breakline through said Infill, then the result should be two (or more) Infill Gradings - not a hole in the resultant Surface.

 

 

Cheers

2 Comments
RCBmstg007
Advocate

I also hate having to add points to my design surface, just to be able to get the tin to triangulate to get rid of the hole that are shown...

BlackBox_
Advisor

While we're at it, why must we specify a point between two closed Feature Lines?

 

We *should* have the option to select two closed Feature Lines (one within the other), and simply create an Infill grading, no?

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