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Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 10:34:57 AM | how to view a toposurface with thickness in a elevation ou in a 3d view??

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how to view  a toposurface with thickness in a elevation ou in a 3d view??

 

in 3d view and elevations , the site toposurface apears omly "surface" Smile !!!!!.

how have a site witk tickness , like showing  a block of terranin?

and not only a sheet of terrain..

 

thanks a lot


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Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 10:56:11 AM | how to view a toposurface with thickness in a elevation ou in a 3d view??

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For 3D views, if you use a section box and if the section box cuts the topography, it will then have thickness.


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Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 11:06:23 AM | how to view a toposurface with thickness in a elevation ou in a 3d view??

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thanks a lot . fantactic!

can put some layes on toposurface similar to floors ?




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Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 11:08:30 AM | how to view a toposurface with thickness in a elevation ou in a 3d view??

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You can split a topo face and assign different materials like grass / water / earth / asphalt.....


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Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 1:07:26 PM | how to view a toposurface with thickness in a elevation ou in a 3d view??

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You can also draw subregions.  subregions allow you to draw regions that you can select and give different materials to.  The upside for subregions is that it doesn't make separate toposurfaces, and changes to your topo won't leave gaps and holes.


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Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 1:13:39 PM | how to view a toposurface with thickness in a elevation ou in a 3d view??

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I thinked about layers horizontaly...

 


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Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 1:28:29 PM | how to view a toposurface with thickness in a elevation ou in a 3d view??

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No, not really.  Revit hatches in earth below toposurfaces, down infinitely. 

 

Often in a section it's easier to draw your cut topo as a filled region rather than fuss with the actual topography. 


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