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  1. Hi! I am trying to display all the elements from my subassemblies on the plan view. Can't find option responsible for display a bench from the subassembly called daylightbasin. I have a linework in a corridor showing bottom of the ditch, external side of a bench and link to surface, but all the options responsible for the bench seems to not working. Ideally I would like to add a feature line in all the places where my corridor change the shape, according to the created assembly, but really I have tried everything what I do know and it's just not working. I know I could do it manually, but I think that's not the purpose of using software like Civil 3D. As you can see in the last image, corridor line (external edge of a bench) is going in a bit different direction than the countours from the surface generated based on the corridor. Please help! It
  2. How do I get parts that are in a sub-assembly to show up in the BOM and balloon them? I'm sure I've done it in the past so it must not be too difficult but I cant remember...
  3. rossuwp00

    More control over Subassemblies

    Hi everyone!! So, I am looking for ways to broaden my control over subassemblies. My issue, is that I would like to tie a 'BasicSideSlopeCutDitch' (or something comprable) subassembly to an alignment (with profile)...similar to what I would do with a 'BasicTransistionLane'. Ideally, I'd use the associated Profile to tie the verticle, while using the alignment to tie the horizontal...Problem is, I am having a hard time doing this. I am given the option of tying the BasicSideSlopeCutDitch to a surface only, which creates the corridor that looks like I am proposing to grade within a street that isn't going to be affected by my project. Any ideas?
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