Join Eric Chappell for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing a design profile using the Geometry Editor, part of Basic Roadway Design with Civil 3D.
…The geometry editor command allows you to modify a profile using the same…toolbar that you use to create the profile.…In this video, you will learn about the many commands on this toolbar and…use a few of them to make changes to your profile.…I'll start with launching the Geometry Editor command and…I'd like to show you two ways of doing that.…The first is to click the modify tab of the ribbon and then click profile.…On the profile editing tab you will see the geometry editor tool right here.…
You click that tool, select your profile,…and you are on your way with the profile layout tools tool bar.…The way that I prefer to do it is to take advantage of…the contextual nature of the Civil 3D user interface.…With this, I can click the profile first and Civil 3D will…display a contextual ribbon tab that I can use to find the geometry editor tool.…So it's a few fewer clicks and…it seems to me to be a more direct approach to finding the tool that I want.…As you can see, we've opened the profile layout tools toolbar.…
- 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
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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