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In this video, we use the Spline Topo Tool to create a topographical 3D model for the study of the Site

It's not so bad it's Easy Peasy.

just remember that the spline line must go past the edge of the Terrain Perimeter.

Check your Spline lines for connection and calling out of the right height that you want to be indicated.


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