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  • I use civil 3D for my surface creation. We use carlson survce in the field and when I import this in I usually let carlson draw my field to finish you can let civil 3D do this also which ever you prefer. Line codes that I want into break lines automatically come into the drawing after field to finish as 3D poly lines which I usually then convert to civil 3D feature lines. I then make an ascii text file with the coordinate points I want to use for my surface. Inside tool space menu under surface you can add the point files, feature lines, and various other entities to create a surface. Once the surface is created then you can use the cross sections tools under analyze (I believe). This allows you to cut cross sections and intervals or where ever you want. Or add an alignment into it to cut cross sections.
    • Land Surveyor

      When we import the data is, how it is used to plot. I imported data and to draw him to the point he was drawn into the line or poly line how to draw.

  • Hi Manoj Kumar,

    you have to build surface (previously known as DTM/TIN ) first before generating cross section.

    Thanks

    • Land Surveyor

      When we import the data is, how it is used to plot. I imported data and to draw him to the point he was drawn into the line or poly line how to draw.

    • Land Surveyor

      I'm the first Civil 3D use, how alignment of any topo data is drawn.

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