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We need more information on the problem of pipe clashes. Are these unconnected pipes in the model or are they referencing Asset networks, or Water networks?
How granular of a view does one need? I.e. are you interesting in generally where these crossing occur, or are you trying to identify how close you can cross something else?
An error occurred while saving the commentMatthew Walsh commented
Responding to Matthew Anderson 22/8/2020:
The unconnected pipes are in the model.
The intent would be to visualise where and how close the pipes cross.
This feature would:
1) Provide a simple visual to prompt the user to investigate potential clashes in detail.
2) Enable the user to produce basic figures thereby avoiding subsequent drafting when reporting the situation.
I imagine the user could toggle whether the unconnected pipes were shown (if the long section become difficult to read).
The 3D view is a good tool for reviewing individual clashes in detail, but it is not practical for quickly identifying potential clashes (it's far too cumbersome). It is also not effective for reporting the situation to others.
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