To change the station reference point, go to the Alignment Properties, Station Control Tab. Press the icon next to the Y: value of the Reference Point. When the message box pops us press OK. Then select the new reference point you want the stationing to emanate from.
To Change Alignment Station Control Properties
- Click Alignment tab Modify panel Alignment Properties drop-down Alignment Properties Find. ...
- In the Alignment Properties dialog box, click the Station Control tab.
- Under Reference Point, click .
To change either the start station or end station, clear the check box, and enter new start station and end station values.
- In the Type list, select the type of label that you want to add. ...
- In the Style list, select a style for the label type.
- Click Add.
- Go into the Settings tab in "Toolspace".
- Expand "Point" feature and expand "Commands" subfeature (see image).
- Right-click on "CreatePoints" and click "Edit Command Settings".
- Expand "Point Identity" property.
- Set "Next Point Number" to desired starting number.
- Click Apply and OK to close dialog box.
To edit alignment station labels
- Click Annotate tab Labels & Tables panel Add Labels menu Alignment Add/Edit Station Labels .
- Select an alignment in the drawing to open the Alignment Labels dialog box.
- In the Alignment Labels dialog box, do any of the following procedures, and then click OK.
Switch to the Settings tab of the Toolspace. Right-click on the name of the drawing and select Table Tag Numbering; this brings up the Table Tag Numbering window. Reset all the numbers to 1. So that all lines, curves, and spirals start with the number 1.
Type Units in the Command line and press Enter. In the Drawing Units dialog box, select your desired number of decimal places from the Precision menu. For example, select 0.00 if you want your units to appear with two decimal places. Click OK to save the change.
Click Home tab Draw panel Line drop-down Create Line Station/Offset Find. Select the alignment. Specify a station by either entering a station value or clicking in the drawing. Specify a distance by either entering an offset or clicking in the drawing.
Distances are measured and points are identified on the plans with reference to station numbers. A highway station is one hundred feet. In its simplest form, the first station would be written as 1+00 and the second station would be written as 2+00. Station 1+00 and station 2+00 are 100 feet apart.
Press F2 to bring up the text window, This should show all commands since dwg has been opened.
If you need to insert blocks with incrementing numbers in attributes, or automatically renumber existing blocks in your DWG drawing, you can use the free CADstudio InsertC utility. InsertC contains two commands - InsertC and BlockC. The InsertC command is a "counting" version of the INSERT command.
A station is the Horizontal measurement along the Survey Center Line of a project. Distances are measured and points are identified on plans with reference to Station Numbers. One hundred feet make up a Highway Station. Highway stationing might be compared with a rope having knots at 100-foot intervals.
station-1 A definite point on the Earth whose location has been determined by surveying methods. Usually, but not always, marked on the ground using a monument of special construction, or by a natural or-artificial structure. The station's origin or purpose is usually described in its name.