This tool is used to create CAD Points, by dividing a segment of an existing string by a chainage length.
The video below will show how to create CAD Points by dividing a segment by a specified chainage length.
Or continue down the page to see the CAD Point, Divide Segment by Chainage Length create options.
This CAD Point Divide Segment by Chainage Length option is found on the CAD Point Toolbar, and is the 19th option when the toolbar files out.
Or from the menu, Use: CAD => Point => Divide Segment by Chainage Length
CAD Control Bar Options
The Point is created and placed using the details from the CAD Control Bar, these include,
String Name, Model, Colour, Z – Value, Linestyle, Weight and Tinable.
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Note: The Points that are created with this option as described above are single point strings not associated with the string or segment that was selected. There is an option inside 12d Model that will segment the string and the points will be created on the selected string.
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This option creates a number of points on the segment of a string, based on the chainage distance that is entered.
Pick and accept on the segment required.
Note: This option can be used on either a line or an arc segment.
After the segment of the string is selected, 12d Model will prompt the user to enter the chainage distance into the panel. Hit the <Enter> key to confirm the chainage distance.
After the the chainage distance is confirmed the points are created as new one point strings with the setting from the CAD Control Bar.
There have been 7 points created to ensure that the 20m chainage distances are placed along the segment.
Note: Turn the model onto the screen if the point is not shown.
Note: The newly created point, is only a single point not associated or attached with the string that was selected in the create option.
Note: If a second point is to be created the option is still active in the project until another option is selected, or it is cancelled. The user can select the next start position and use the option again.