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Creating a subassembly from a polyline in Autodesk Civil 3D

Corridor modeling is a powerful tool for creating simple or complex road and other linear 3D design models.  One key to its versatility is the use of custom subassembly parts to model non-standard components of the corridor.

In the video below, Seiler Design Solutions will show you how to create a simple corridor subassembly from a polyline and add codes to the various points, links and shapes that get created.

These subassemblies are drawing specific but can be copied from drawing to drawing by cutting and pasting. They have simple behavior but can be very useful in your design workflows. If you need more in-depth subassembly behavior or special targeting, you must use the Autodesk Subassembly Composer that is installed with Autodesk Civil 3D to create your subassemblies.

 

 

 

If you have any questions, you may email me at [email protected]. I hope this video gives you some great ideas. Have a great day!