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  1. sandiegophil

    soldier pile wall profile

    Hello all, I am laying out a soldier pile wall and am having an issue with creating a top of wall profile. The piles are equally spaced and vary in height based on eg conditions. Does anyone know a way to have a vertical segment in a profile? My goal is to have my wall corridor have vertical steps when viewing and creating views and avoid having those little 'sloped sections'. Any help or suggestions are appreciated. thanks, phil
  2. ethangale25

    Automatic Drawing

    Hello All, This is my first post on CADTutor forum. This is a pretty extensive request, however I am looking to essentially do this exact routine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLOif87iLMw This automated process of creating the stepped boundaries to angled polylines based on the size of a panel, as well as automatically drawing panels into the drawn boundaries, etc, is everything that I need. Creating profile views, cross sections, etc. The question is, are there any AutoCAD commands that would expediate this programming or do I need to brute force this and essentially create a lisp routine from scratch? The more basic the steps, the easier I would be able to understand because I am relatively new to AutoCAD in general. In general where do I start? Thank you in advance for any help!
  3. Hello, I am having issues with the warning symbol for profile curves. A few end users want it to display as a continuous linetype, which is default i believe. Any help resolving this would be greatly appreciated. Regards, Phil
  4. jasonmc

    Profile Vertical Scaling

    Hello, I'm having issues with the vertical scaling when I create a profile from an alignment. The horizontal scale is correct but the vertical comes out 1:10. I've adjusted the vertical exaggeration to 1:1 but it doesn't change the drawing even though it saves the changes. I've regenerated the drawing and nothing changes. Does anyone have a solution for this??
  5. Mark_CV3D

    Geotechnical Profile Band labels

    Hello! I have a job where a geotechnical investigation has been made and now i want some of the information around soil composition and stuff like cutting slope and more to become text in label bands below my profile view. I want to lock this text to certain manually added intervals/sections with ticks at start and end sections. I this possible or do I have to manually add mtext and lines in an empty Label band row? I´d be very thankful for any help in this matter!
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