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Borehole Deviation 3D drawing with Coordinates

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BIJI SAMUEL

Hi friends,

I have an issue with creating a 3D drawing with national grid coordinates and depth from a Borehole Deviation survey data.

 

Here i have got Easting and Northing Coordinates from our survey team with depths.Each depths are varey.

 

Here i am attaching an example 3d drawing and side view as well.

 

Can any one PLEASE help me to do this in an easy way.

 

Many Thanks

 

 

Biji Samuel

 

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Borehole  Deviation2.jpg

Borehole  Deviation 1.jpg

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ReMark

In what form will the final output be?

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BIJI SAMUEL

Hi Re Mark,

 

Thanks for the reply

 

I just need a simple 3D drawing similar to my image -Borehole Deviation 1.

 

thanks

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ReMark

Will the final output be a 3D isometric? Yes or no?

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BIJI SAMUEL

Hi Re Mark,

 

yes 3D Isometric. please

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ReMark

So what exactly is the nature of your problem? It looks like you have both the hole depths and the coordinates indicated already.

 

Maybe you should attach an actual drawing file. Images are of limited use.

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BIJI SAMUEL

ok.

Thats is an example drawing i created with out any dims or exact coordinates.

i just want to to show you guys that what i need.

 

thanks

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ReMark

Good. Attach your sample drawing then.

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welldriller

You said that this was a survey drilling. This has to be angle and not a down hole survey am I correct?

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halam

Why 3d? Are you trying to get some kind ig geotechnical DTM with geotechnical surfaces?

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