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I have two surfaces. An EG Surf and a Surveyed Surf. I need to splice the surveyed surf into the EG. The EG is much bigger than the Survey and etirely covers the survey surf.


I want the two surfaces to tie in/splice together smoothly. So I thought I would add a 20' or 50' buffer around the survey surf between it and the EG where the two surfaces could gradually tie together instead of sharp changes to connect them.


To do this I offset the survey surf border by 50' as a polyline and use that as a hide boundary for the EG surf. Then pasted both into a new blank surface.


But instead of tying together in the new surface there is just a 50' gap/hole in between them.


Any thoughts?

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Welcome to CADTutor.


In your empty surface, try first pasting the EG surface, and then paste the Survey surface... The level of splicing 'smoothly' is a result of how different, complex, etc. the two surfaces are.



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