April 20, 2020

How to create a Long Section Puncture Plot in SURPAC Part 4

  Blog Part 4 of 4 | SURPAC – How to color…
Avatar Kim Ferguson-Thomas

Blog Part 4 of 4 | SURPAC – How to color a DTM based on a Dfield and utilize this information to plot with puncture points.

This is the last part of the 4 part blog series “long section puncture plots”. In this final post, we will learn how to color a DTM based on a Dfield (in this case gram meters which is in D9), and use this information to plot with the puncture points created in the first blog.


Open up the dtm that was created in blog 3 for contouring. D9 contained the gram meter calculation, and the bin ranges for the contour where from 37.59 to 86.85 at intervals of 5


To color DTM by the D9 field.


Don’t forget to check out the rest of this blog series on Creating Long Section Puncture Plots in Surpac.

Part 1: Click here | In the first post we show how to create a Long Section Puncture Plot of the Mine Ore Zone displaying Hole ID, grade and true thickness.

Part 2: Click here | In the 2nd post, we look at creating an entity to display the hole ID, thickness and grade and to create a legend.

Part 3: Click here | In the 3rd post, we go through the process of creating a gram-meters plot and contouring the data.

Part 4: Click here | In the 4th post, we describe how to outline the Ore Body with greatest value with a contoured gram meter plot.

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