Elise

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  1. Hi Nicole, Have you already looked through the Calibration/PEST tutorials on Aquaveo's GMS Learning Center? I don't know off the top of my head what's missing, but I would expect the tutorials to be able to help shed some light on it.
  2. Hi Haley, I'd recommend checking the Projection on your coverage. If you right-click on your coverage and select 'Projection' you'll be able to see if it matches up or not.
  3. Hey Kyrah, I don't think MT3DMS supports the CFP package. I checked their manual but it doesn't mention a CFP package. I think you might have to just build your model differently and utilize different packages in MT3DMS.
  4. Actually, this tutorial might have what you're looking for: http://gmstutorials-10.1.aquaveo.com/StratigraphyModeling-HorizonsTINsAndMeshes.pdf
  5. Ohhh, okay. Thanks for the clarification. I'm not sure how to handle that. Off the top of my head, I would try to export the X & Y as a .txt from CAD and the Z values as a .txt from GMS and then try to combine them using Excel or Notepad or something. Of course, if you have a lot of points that's not really an appealing solution. And I'm not even certain you could match them. Maybe if you imported the X & Y values into a separate mesh you could match them. You can copy and paste values into the Edit Dataset Values dialogue box that comes up when you right-click on the dataset and select 'View Values', so you could copy the Z values from the existing mesh over to the mesh from CAD if GMS numbers all the points the same way.
  6. Are you converting CAD to Mesh or Mesh to CAD? Because at first it sounds like you're converting Mesh to CAD, but then you start with a .dxf, which is a CAD file. If you're trying to take the CAD and convert it to a Mesh, your work flow is okay, except that it looks like the 2D Scatter only preserved X and Y. If you have a CAD program, I would try to open the .dxf there and see if you can export the values in a .txt or .xyz format. I think that might make keeping track of the elevations easier.