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The Handy Man’s Guide to Dynamic Differential TIN Surface (DDTS)

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    Ever wish that AutoCAD Civil 3D software could create a dynamically linked subgrade surface while you build and modify your finish ground surface? What is a dynamic differential triangulated irregular network (TIN) surface? It’s that magical TIN surface we’ve all wished there was an easier way to build. It can represent many different types of surfaces. It can be used to build a surface that represents the top of an aquifer or substrate from borehole data. It can be used to build a topsoil-stripping surface for a business-site design project. Best of all, it can be used to quickly build a multilevel subgrade and/or sub-base surface that is dynamically linked to your parking lot finish ground surface. It’s so simple that you’ll leave this class asking yourself, “Why haven’t I used this feature before now?”

    Key Learnings

    • Discover Dynamic Differential TIN Surfaces (DDTS)
    • Learn how to construct multiple Dynamic Differential TIN Surface (DDTS)
    • Learn how to prepare site grading volumes dynamically
    • Learn how Dynamic Differential TIN Surface (DDTS) can save you time