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  1. Thanks! That's exactly what I was after.
  2. Rock Works Community, I am working in Rock Works 17 generating a lithological model from 35 boreholes from which I hope to take ~10-15 cross sections. My model generation is more or less working, but my issue is that I have not been able to figure out how to tell the model to conform to the surface profile established from the surface elevations of each borehole (interpolated linearly or otherwise). In other words, I want the model to define a non-flat ground surface from the known surface elevations of the boreholes and apply that to my cross sections (which I assume means it needs to be applied to my model as well). What is the easiest way to do this? Currently, my surface is shown as flat and above my borehole surface elevations (I think at the elevation of my overall domain's max Z value). One rabbit hole I am looking into currently is generating a grid based map of my surface elevations and then running my model with a warp referenced to this grid. Is this a) a viable solution for what I am talking about and 'b) is there a better approach for what I am trying to do? Also, a brief account of the work flow for generating a grid-based map would be great, for so far I have not been able to figure out how to tell the grid generator to use my borehole elevations as input data. I have attached an image of my cross section currently (with the flat top above my borehole elevations). I drew a crude red line on here to show what I am trying to achieve. Thank you for your time.