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You can use the buffer tool (Analysis tools > Proximity) to create equidistant buffers around points. Setting the Dissolve Type to ALL will dissolve the individual buffers into one continuous line feature. Run the tool multiple times to create buffers for each distance you need. If you need buffers around only a subset of all the points, I recommend ...


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You might try turning on anti-aliasing in your graphics drivers. ArcScene should benefit from this since it uses OpenGL to render in 3D using your graphics hardware. Be aware though that this tends to require a lot more graphics card resources. Also note that ArcMap will not benefit from this, since it renders in software. If you have ArcGIS Pro, it should ...


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I was able to convert the numerous tiled contour data files to a CAD format by inserting an additional step into model builder. I used the "Feature to 3D by Attribute" tool and assigned the elevation field as the "Height" field and then converted to .dxf or .dwg One of the first things I did with this contour dataset after projecting it was run it through ...


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This wont answer why model builder isn't working but its rather another option for bulk conversion to DWG. I have tried this in 10.2.1 on various contour layers (shapefiles) and it converts them to CAD with their elevation still intact. Basically the script finds all the .shp in a specified folder (see arcpy.env.workspace = r"D:\FolderContainingShapefiles") ...


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Creating contours is an interpolation, which is why your output looks like it does. You need to reclassify using gdal_calc: http://www.gdal.org/gdal_calc.html But there is some good information here relating to reclassifying with either gdal or python: Reclassify rasters using GDAL and Python And then convert to vector using gdal_polygonize: ...


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You definitely are working with insufficient data and there is no getting around that. The suggestion about lowering the density of your 0 points is good. Personally I don't use points for my shoreline, I use a line... but you can't do that if you are using krigging or something. My "solution" gets to the same issue though. Data along the transect is dense ...



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