Join Eric Chappell for an in-depth discussion in this video Labeling alignments, part of Basic Roadway Design with Civil 3D.
…Labeling is a key component of any design.…When you think about it, your design is only as good as its ability to convey your…design intend to the person using it to construct your vision.…Labeling is a big part of that because it provides the key values and…instructions that will be used to reconstruct your design in the field.…In this video,…we'll look at three different ways to provide labels on your alignments.…Let's get started.…The first type of labeling we'll look at is actually a set of labels or…a label set.…
If I click this alignment and go to the first set of…tools on the contextual ribbon tab, we see a whole series of labeling tools.…I want to look at the second one in this case.…And that is the add edit station labels command.…When I click that tool, I get a dialogue which…actually shows a list of different labels being applied at one time.…This list can vary as far as the number of labels and…which types of labels are included.…In this case, I've got two types of labels being applied.…
One is the major stations every 100 feet.…
- 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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