Proconcrete issue with 2d Rebar

I generated a 3d model and used Proconcrete tools to generate the reinforcing within this model. From this I used the Drawing Composition tools to generate Drawing Models (plan views, section views, detail views, etc). I also generated sheet models to place finished details. It appears that at some point the 2D rebar details in the Drawing Model are being generated in a way that does not coincide with the 3D model. The 3D model still appears correct and editable and the 2D rebar in the Drawing model is still editable but it does not appear correct and does not coincide with the 3D rebar model.

  • Hello Keith Pratt,

    Thanks for posting this query in Bentley Community Forum.

    Could you please confirm in which version you are working?

    Also it would be better if you share the model so that we can see the issue.

    Sandip KarBent

    Sandip Kar
    Product Engineer - Bentley Systems

    Answer Verified By: Keith Pratt 

  • Hi Sandip
    Thanks for the quick response. I am attaching the .dgn file for with the model that is in question as well as my border file. Hopefully the attached .png file gives you the version information you are looking for.
    A couple of other quick notes that may help you are:

    <![if !supportLists]>·         <![endif]>This is happening to most, if not all of my “drawing models”.

    <![if !supportLists]>·         <![endif]>In most, if not all cases, these models are fine and appear to function correctly when 1st generated. Case in point, I generated two plan drawing models after the 1st one began to function incorrectly and the 2nd still appears ok.

    <![if !supportLists]>·         <![endif]>One last item more for information.

    <![if !supportLists]>o   <![endif]>Our area is working on getting the connect edition. We have internal issues that include having software “engineered” for our network that involves processes beyond simply downloading this software.

    Hopefully this helps. If there is anything else you need please let me know.
    Thanks again.
    Keith Pratt, C.E.T.
    Senior Design Technologist
    Manitoba Infrastructure
    Water Management and Structures Division
    Structures Branch
    204-945-8241 ( Office 
    204-945-4456 fax
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