Working with Civil Geometry

Written by Bob Mecham.
In this tutorial we will demonstrate the Civil Geometry tools by creating an intersection.  We will show the geometric relationships between the different tools.

 

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2 comments on “Working with Civil Geometry

  1. dave Kunath Reply

    Cool tool set… are there any negative aspects of these “smart” elements that might manifest themselves if subsequent to their creation they become part of an InRoads alignment? For instance, your side street centerline/alignment could be the basis of an import graphics to geometry action. Any problems with that process.

    Thanks

  2. Bob Mecham Bob Mecham Reply

    Dave, there shouldn’t be a problem loading the civil geometry as graphics but the dynamic relationship will be lost in InRoads.

    Bob

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