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Improve corridor surface in a curb with widenings.

Improve corridor surface in a curb with widenings.

When the assembly has a curb and we are using offset targets, the result corridor surface is wrong in the widenings. 

 

This is an example with a chamfer in plan view (for a parking lane):

 

q3.jpg

 

And the assembly with curb:

 

SECTION.jpg

 

And finally, the corridor surface (TOP) is partially wrong so we must edit some TIN lines.

But in my opinion, C3D should be able to do this automatically because it is a lot of extra work.

 

q1.jpg

3 Comments
fcernst
Mentor

Yes, I have been complaining about this for years.

 

See my comments in this thread again. Their suggested solution in 2018 now of having to create and manage all these little subassemblies  just to get orthogonal link projections in the Corridors is unacceptable.

 

Needs to be automatic.

 

https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/autocad-civil-3d-forum/c3d-2018-released/td-p/7016996

M_c3d
Advisor

I have also been complaining about this for years!

 

https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/autocad-civil-3d-forum/answer-day-90-deg-kerb-corners/m-p/6931216#M33...

 

https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/autocad-civil-3d-ideas/kerbs-and-90-deg-bends/idc-p/6492603#M3686

 

They said it was implemented in 2017 but only partially. You can't have two kerbs connecting at a 90 deg bend if one is a widening

kenneth238
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