Join Eric Chappell for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating an assembly, part of Basic Roadway Design with Civil 3D.
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…Before you can complete your road design you must…creat an assembly representing the cross sectional design of your road.…In this video you will learn how to create an assembly for…a typical residential road application.…I'll start by launching the create assembly command, by opening the assembly…menu on the home tab of the ribbon, and clicking create assembly.…Because I'm creating a new Civil 3D object,…I need to provide some information about that object.…Starting with a name.…Which I'll call this, residential road.…
I can provide a description for this object.…Choose a style, actually two different types of styles affect assemblies.…But for now, this is all good, and I'll just click OK.…The next task that I need to complete is to choose a location to…insert my assembly baseline.…going to find some open space in the drawing, and click a spot.…Civil 3D will automatically zoom in to this location.…And the reason it does is because the assembly base line is a very small object.…If I zoom out you can see how small it is in comparison to the profile next to it.…
- Establishing the road centerline using an alignment
- Capturing and defining road elevations with profiles
- Designing the road cross-section using an assembly
- Building a 3D model of the road using a corridor
- Creating sections views of your design
- Designing intersections
Skill Level Beginner
Up and Running with Civil 3Dwith Jon Michael Roberts2h 31m Beginner
AutoCAD 2015 Essential Trainingwith Scott Onstott8h 35m Beginner
1. Understanding Corridors
Understanding corridors2m 20s
2. Creating an Alignment
3. Creating Profiles
4. Creating an Assembly
5. Creating the Corridor
6. Creating Sections
7. Designing Intersections
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