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Modeling slopes in RS3 - Help

Modeling slopes in RS3 - Help

Modeling slopes in RS3 - Help

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Hello,
I'm trying to model an 3D slope geometry in RS3, so I can run stability, but I'm having trouble modeling it. I have the AutoCAD 3d model, which is the excavation project, however exporting it is not as easy as I thought. I had to do a lot of conversions, and resuming it, it seems that RS3 doesn't recognize it as a close excavation solid.

Does anyone know a way I could get some help online. I have tried the Rocscience site, I have e-mailed them, but what I received was more instructions where I could find manuals and tutorials, and those I have read all.
If anyone who is advanced with the program can give me a help, or could recommend someone (I willing to pay for the help).

Thanks

Lucas

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