Guardrail on Top of wall


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One method is to use ramps. After the shape of the wall is set, draw ramps and manipulate the settings as required. In this example I have two ramps, one for the horizontal section of wall, and another for the sloped section of wall:

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It can be difficult getting the ramp heights set properly - the ramp dialog isn't very friendly - but once you understand the basics it goes quickly.

 

 

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1 hour ago, rlackore said:

One method is to use ramps. After the shape of the wall is set, draw ramps and manipulate the settings as required. In this example I have two ramps, one for the horizontal section of wall, and another for the sloped section of wall:

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It can be difficult getting the ramp heights set properly - the ramp dialog isn't very friendly - but once you understand the basics it goes quickly.

 

 

Could you use railing walls, or perhaps fence?

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