# Assemblys

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Exercise Setup
You must first download and install the dataset to perform this exercise. Click Imperial or Metric.

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1. Open \Site Design - Assemblies and Corridors\I_create_assembly.dwg (M_create_assembly.dwg). Start by configuring your workspace. To create assemblies, you need to view the AutoCAD Object Properties window with the toolpalettes. 2. Close Toolspace. 3. On the command line, enter PR (Object Properties). Press ENTER. 4. Dock the Properties window on the left side of the screen. Right-click the title bar. Toggle Auto-Hide off. 5. On the command line, enter TP (Tool Palettes). Press ENTER. 6. Dock the Tool Palettes window on the right side of the screen. Right-click the title bar. Toggle Auto-Hide off. The Propertieswindow and the Tool Palettes window are both expanded and docked on either side of the screen.

Next, you configure the Tool Palettes window to show subassemblies in your unit of measure: imperial or metric. 7. Right-click the Tool Palettes title bar, click Civil Imperial Subassemblies (Civil Metric Subassemblies). Next, you create the assembly for the tangent section of the cul-de-sac. This is asymmetrical assembly that models both sides of the road. 8. On the ribbon, Home tab, Create Design panel, click Assembly > Create Assembly.

9. In the Create Assembly dialog box, for Name, enter 2 Lane Urban. Click OK. 10. At the Specify Assembly Baseline Location prompt, in the drawing, select a location to create the assembly. The assembly object is inserted and zoomed to in the

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drawing. Next, you add the lane subassemblies on the right and left sides. 11. On the tool palettes, click the Lanes palette. 12. Click LaneOutsideSuper.

13.In the Properties dialog box: Click to collapse the Information, General, and Data sections.  Under Advanced Parameters, for Side, click Right.
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For Width, enter 16' (4m). Press ENTER.

14. At the Select a Marker Point within Assembly prompt, click the assembly.

The subassembly is attached to the assembly marker point. You see the lane structure for the right side in the drawing.Next, you insert the left lane. 15. In the Properties dialog box, for Side, click Left. 16. At the Select a Marker Point with Assembly prompt, click the assembly in the same location to insert the left lane.

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Next, you insert the curb and gutter subassemblies. 17. On the tool palettes, click the Curbs palette. 18. Click UrbanCurbGutterGeneral. 19. In the Properties dialog box, for Side, click Right. 20. At the Select a Marker Point within Assembly prompt, click the subassembly marker point at the top of pavement edge location on the rightside.

The UrbanCurbGutterGeneral subassembly is inserted on the right side.

21. In the Properties window, for Side, click Left. 22. At the Select a Marker Point within Assembly prompt, click the subassembly marker point at the top of pavement edge location on the left side. Note: If you make a mistake, you can use the AutoCAD Erase command to erase the subassembly and try again. Next, youinsert the sidewalks. 23. On the Curbs palette, click UrbanSidewalk. 24. In the Properties dialog box:
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For Side, click Right. For Inside Boulevard Width, enter 7' (2.4m). For Sidewalk Width, enter 4' (1m). For Outside Boulevard Width, enter 1' (.5m).

25. At the Select a Marker Point within Assembly prompt, click the subassembly marker point on the top and back of curb on the right...