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Creating an intersection curve of two terrain surfaces.

A - answer When you have two terrain models, or a terrain plus a 3D object (e.g. a DTM touching a building object), you can create an intersection line where both surfaces touch.

The procedure for getting such 3D curve entity - using a volume surface and its zero contour - is described in the first part of the posting "How to to cut surface of a 3D body" (in Czech, and its Google translation) on the blog

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applies to: Civil 3D 2009 ·

See also:
Tip 11830:How to influence linetype scale or color for hidden edges in documentation views?
Tip 11295:Iterative Move, Scale and Rotate - till boundary touch.
Tip 11072:How to make an interference line from 3D Faces?
Tip 10926:Self-intersecting polylines and polylines with duplicate vertices.
Tip 10499:How to fillet edges between two 3D solids?

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