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Surface Simplify: Make Surface and Solid Treatment Easier

Have you ever wondered how mining software can simplify complex tasks such as surface and solid treatment? Welcome to the fascinating world of MinePlan 3D (MP3D), where technology meets simplicity to make your work easier. Let's explore a tool called Surface Simplify, which is changing the way we deal with surfaces and solids in mining. Discover the Simplify Tool for treating surfaces and solids. The Simplify tool can be accessed through the Surface menu, and is divided into two distinct operations: Decimate and De-spike. Both operations aim to simplify the desired geometry, but each is applied to a different type of situation. The Decimate operation can be used to reduce the number of faces on a surface or solid, without making a significant change to them, in terms of...

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Color by Elevation: Optimize Topographic Mapping in MinePlan

Did you know that MinePlan 3D (MP3D) has a feature that allows you to create items with color scale and color objects using their elevation? The Color by Elevation tool provides efficiency and agility in creating color scales to improve the visualization of topography. This functionality facilitates the interpretation of topographic surfaces and elevation variations between locations in a practical and visual way. To carry out this configuration, two steps will be necessary: How to create the Elevation item To create the Elevation item, you must directly access the Data Manager and right-click on the items folder (located within the _msresources folder), then selecting New > Cutoff Item. A dialog box will open after naming to ask what type of item to create; At this point you must select the Numeric option, since the elevation…

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Hexagon Planning Summit

Here comes the Hexagon Planning Summit: a fascinating journey into Geology and Mine Planning! Prominas Mining, in partnership with Hexagon Mining Division, invites you to the Hexagon Mining Summit. The event will take place at CREA-MG, in Belo Horizonte, on April 11, 2024! Join us to explore the latest innovations in geology and mine planning. It will be an extraordinary journey for geologists and mining engineers, with an intense exchange of knowledge, unmissable technical discussions and networking. The event will be hybrid, allowing both in-person and virtual access. To guarantee your place in person, register now, places are limited. Prominas Mining and Hexagon Mining Division: A partnership for success. CONFIRM YOUR PRESENCE HERE. CHECK THE AGENDA. Prominas Mining Team

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D&T Prominas | Sigma – Integration with MP3D

Sigma integration with MP3D: Highlight and visualize data from within Sigma. Did you know that Sigma allows you to highlight data directly in MinePlan 3D? In this Tips & Tricks, we will see how to observe samples that meet a certain criteria using Sigma graphs. To enable integration between Sigma and MP3D, it is necessary to link the MinePlan Drillhole Manager hole Data Source with its respective hole view, called DH View. To do this, when creating the Data Source, you must load the hole view object in the DH View Object field. Note that the object must be open at the time of connection. Figure 1 illustrates this link. Figure 1: Linking a hole view to Sigma. Once the hole view is linked to Sigma, you can select datasets from the…

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D&T Prominas | Backload to Composites

Backload to Composites: Routine for editing composites with information from a block model. Did you know that MinePlan makes it possible to write information from a block model into a Drillhole Manager database? Using Compass or Logic, it is possible to edit a Drillhole Manager base with information about the blocks where a certain interval of a compound or 3D point is located. The procedure in question can be found by the code p61701.dat or by the name Backload to Composites in Compass (Figure 1) or by the name Load 3-D Block Geologic Codes to Drillholes in Logic (Figure 2). Figure 1: “Backload to Composites” procedure opened in Compass. Figure 2: “Load 3-D Block Geologic Codes to Drillholes” procedure opened in Logic. The procedure works as follows: using the PCF of a project (file *10.dat) as input data,…

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D&T Prominas | Lock Scheduling Periods – MinePlan Schedule Optimizer (MPSO)

Lock Scheduling Periods – MinePlan Schedule Optimizer (MPSO): Agility and efficiency in editing project configurations. Did you know that MinePlan Schedule Optimizer presents, from its most recent version, MPSO 13.20-00, an option that makes it possible to lock periods already sequenced, allowing the user to make edits without losing the sequencing of these periods? Previously, when making edits in Process Flow, such as changing the reservation logic, or adding and removing cuts, the sequencing was restarted after applying, thus losing the results already obtained. According to the amount of data, recalculating the sequencing could take a long time to achieve the result again. With a view to improving the user experience, saving time and avoiding rework, the Lock Schedule Periods option allows the user to lock the sequencing results until the desired period, which allows the necessary edits to be made…

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D&T Prominas | MinePlan Sigma – Batch Create

Batch Create in MinePlan Sigma: Creation of several graphs with one click. Did you know that Sigma allows you to create different graphs at once, using categories, cut-offs or content ranges? In today's Tips & Tricks, we will see an easy and quick way to analyze our data. MinePlan's statistics and geostatistics module, called Sigma, is a complete tool for analyzing your data, through the creation of tables and graphs, such as histograms, box plots, and variograms. A practical feature of Sigma is Batch Create, which allows you to create a set of charts of the same type. The graphs created will be differentiated according to a categorical variable, such as: lithology, cut-offs or grade ranges. These graphs are created using the Batch Create option, present in the Sigma top menu. Use…

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HxGN MinePlan 2023 Release 3

The HxGN MinePlan product team and Prominas Mining are pleased to announce the release of HxGN MinePlan 2023 Release 3, which comes with many improvements and enhancements. Hexagon has worked hard to incorporate your comments and suggestions to ensure this release provides the best possible performance and functionality. We are confident that these improvements will add value to your experience. We welcome your feedback and comments as we continually strive to improve MinePlan to meet your needs. If you have questions about how to install the software, the Prominas Technical Support team is available to support you. Thank you for choosing MinePlan. We look forward to continuing to serve you with exceptional products and services HxGN MinePlan for Engineering What's New in HxGN MinePlan Activity Scheduler v6.7 What's New in HxGN MinePlan Schedule Optimizer v13.20 HxGN MinePlan for Geoscience What's New in…

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HxGN MinePlan 2023 Release Notes – MPAS and MPSO.

The HxGN MinePlan product team and Prominas are pleased to announce the release of HxGN MinePlan Activity Scheduler v6.6 and HxGN MinePlan Schedule Optimizer v13.10.1, which come with many improvements and enhancements. Hexagon has worked hard to incorporate your comments and suggestions to ensure this release provides the best possible performance and functionality. We are confident that these improvements will add value to your experience. We welcome your feedback and comments as we continually strive to improve MinePlan to meet your needs. If you have questions about how to install the software, the Prominas Support team is available to support you. Thank you for choosing MinePlan. We look forward to continuing to serve you with exceptional products and services What's New in HxGN MinePlan Activity Scheduler v6.6 What's New in HxGN MinePlan Scheduler Optimizer v13.10.1 To check out more about this and…

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D&T Prominas | Pushback Design Methods – MinePlan Project Evaluator (MPPE)

Pushback Design Methods: Different methodologies for defining the design of Pushbacks. Did you know that MinePlan Project Evaluator has different methodologies for generating Pushbacks? In MinePlan Project Evaluator (MPPE), when working on the Pushback task to generate mining phases, you can choose different strategies for generating pushbacks: Incremental Pushback Analysis or Directional Pushback Analysis. The Incremental method allows you to design a series of phases with relatively constant geometries. This projection is made by defining the depth, number of banks to be evaluated or width and a minimum mass value, in tons. In addition to these geometric parameters, a limit is chosen to identify the blocks of greatest economic value, ensuring that the opening of the phases are in the areas of greatest value. The Directional method, in addition to having the same premises as the Incremental, makes it possible to define an azimuth,…