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joantopo
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merge surfaces?

Hi.

I have 2 corridor surfaces (both are the Top Code).

 

In some stations, they are a little bit overlapped, so the "paste surfaces" works fine, but in another portion, both surfaces are not in touch. There is just a 1mm distance between the border of each surface.

 

 

35.jpg

 

It is the "dashed white line" which is the small separation between both surfaces (no more than 1mm).

 

And If I do zoom in to that "line" is this picture:

 

 

 

36.jpg

 

Any advice?

 

Thanks in advance.

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troma
in reply to: joantopo

You could try adding a "show" boundary.

Mark Green

Working on Civil 3D in Canada

Message 3 of 6
joantopo
in reply to: troma

or maybe extracting the corridor feature lines of each corridor (code in the border of the shoulder) and convert them to static (not dynamic) and add them to the new (paste) surface as breaklines.

 

but I would like a dynamic task.

 

 

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troma
in reply to: joantopo

I missed that they were corridor surfaces.

Why not leave the extracted corridor featurelines as dynamic?

Mark Green

Working on Civil 3D in Canada

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joantopo
in reply to: troma

I have tried with 2 dynamic corridor feature lines (each one from each corridor) and it doesn´t work.

 

Each corridor feature line is in different site and without smothing.

 

 

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doni49
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@joantopo wrote:

I have tried with 2 dynamic corridor feature lines (each one from each corridor) and it doesn´t work.

 

Each corridor feature line is in different site and without smothing.

 

 


When you extract the FL, there is an option to tell it specifically what site you want the FL in.  Assign them both to the same Site.  And it will also allow you to do the smoothing.

 

ExtractFL.png

 

I've done just that in the attached dwg file.  The surface I made includes nothing but these two FLs.  It all remains dynamic based on the corridors and smoothed.



Don Ireland
Engineering Design Technician




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