Allows editing a topographical surface (TIN surface).
Allows you to add or remove points or point groups on a TIN (triangulated irregular network) surface. You can add breaklines and boundaries.
Pick points and specify their elevation value to add them to an existing TIN surface or choose another option in the Command line.
Options within the command
- Add Points
- Sets points or linear entities to add to a TIN surface.
- Add Point Groups
- Enables you to select point groups to add to a TIN surface.Note: Civil point groups need to be defined first.
- Add Breaklines
- Sets linear entities to be added as breaklines to a TIN surface.
- Adds standard breaklines.
- Adds projected (non-destructive) breaklines.
- Add bOundaries
- Sets a closed polyline as boundaries to add to a TIN surface.
- You can choose the boundary type:
- Shows the surface boundary inside a hidden surface boundary.
- Hides the surface boundary.
- Creates an outer surface boundary.
- Clips an existing TIN Surface in the drawing with a selected polygon as the clipping boundary for the surface.
- You can choose to remove the polygonal breaklines or not.
- Remove Points
- Deletes points from a surface.
- Allows you to select multiple points to remove whole polygons from the TIN surface.
- Swap Edge
- Deletes a selected edge of the surface.
- Point Location
- Allows you to modify a point location by specifying the point to edit location and the new location.
- Allows to select multiple points to edit on the TIN surface.
- Point Elevation
- Allows you to modify a point elevation by specifying a point and entering a new elevation value.
- Allows you to select multiple points to edit the elevation of whole polygons from the TIN surface.
- Add Line
- Allows you to add a new line by specifying the first point and the second point.
- Delete Line
- Deletes lines covered by a selection window.Note: The lines to be deleted are displayed in red.
- Remove Outer Edges
- Removes edges that do not correspond with the entered characteristics.
- Maximum triangle length
- Minimum triangle length
- Maximum angle