Building a Corridor in Civil 3D with the “Out of the Box” Subassemblies is an exercise in “almost good enough”. While you may end up with a competent linear design, the controlling the display behavior of your Plan, Section, and design Styles is frustrating because of how rigidly these default Subassemblies function. They also lack certain design information that is more “real world” like a topsoil depth for a sidewalk boulevard or daylight link. Lastly, even if some design parameters do exist they can be frustratingly difficult to understand how to modify correctly. The Corridor Productivity Pack from CTC was created to solve all of these problems by giving users flexible, realistic, and easy to understand Subassemblies to create their Corridors their way. Best of all, this content is now free! Join ATG for an introduction on how to put these Subassemblies to use right away, as well as how to do some customization to make them even more beneficial to your firm.
o Understand the limitations of the OTB Subassemblies.
o Learn how to use Codes to customize the look and labeling of your Corridors in Plan and Section view.
o Learn how to use custom Codes to quantify your Corridor Design.
o Learn how to further customize the CPP Subassemblies inside Subassembly Composer.