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Constructs a Delaunay triangulation based on input points and breaklines. The surface model may be output in a number of representations: a triangulated irregular network (TIN), TIN vertices, TIN edges, and triangles.

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Hi, the TINGenerator outputs 3-dimensional points, lines and polygons. A great number of the output formats (writers) in FME support these basic geometry types.

Tin Generator - FME Community

it actually works with these breaking lines. In the initial workbench I use a FeatureReader to only read the data from the area I want to extract.

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