STUDIO RM V1.4 RELEASE 
With more than 4,640 hours invested over 12 months of continuous development which has resulted in significantly higher efficiency and faster processes - meet our most extensive update in Datamine's history - Studio RM Version 1.4.


Through the many hours invested by our team and feedback from our users, we have also achieved significant speed improvements within the core of our entire Studio Suite such as a 120 x increase in the smooth string function speed and a 500 x increase in projecting string onto wireframe speed. Please view the Studio Core Improvements Infographic for an overview of which functions have been improved.  

— What's New in Studio RM?—

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Implicit Modelling - Vein Modelling

A Solution To Every Type of Mining

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Advanced Estimation Improvements
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3D Window Drillhole Formatting Enhancements

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Point Clouds & Reconstruction - 

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Calculate Volume Between Wireframes

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Group & Assign Lithologies & Lithological Groups

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New Contouring & Surfacing Functions

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Optimised Evaluation Commands

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Extended Undo/Redo Support & Longer Field Name Support (24 Characters)

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Data Source Drivers & Improvements

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Process Improvements With 

Excel Charting

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Implicit Modelling - Development

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Need More Resources?

Please visit Datamine's Knowledge Base for hundreds of articles offering tips, procedures and other useful information.

— Want To Learn More About Implicit Modelling?—

Studio RM 1.4 InfographicStudio Core Improvements InfographicContact Us

— Still Not Enough? Join Our Webinar—

Our Global Product Manager, Kathleen Hansmann will be conducting a webinar where she demonstrates the new features and improvements in RM 1.4, as well as host an interactive Q&A session. Please register for the confirmed times and link to join. 

Register Here

6/7 September 2018

Early Session – 6 Sep, 5pm UTC/GMT +10 hours

Late Session– 7 Sep, 12am UTC/GMT +10 hours