"Look for the emitting diode, dust inside the lens or mechanic parts,and be ultracareful with trims or any variable resistor you find near the emitting diode, you will need some calibration after the repairment remember that if you change frequencies…"
"Everything looks nice but... remember that the structure will be moving, wind, transit, things going up and down, etc. have you ever seen a plumb holding about 50m or more??? the same will do your instrument doesn´t matter the brand.
"I think this is not a problem it´s just an opinion, remember that in the chain you mentioned there is a surveyor that is responsible for the whole work that is done, and some times the only thing that he needs is a "button pusher"…"
"I have a 48GX and SX as well as the 42s. IMO the 42s is much easier to use in terms of programs. You can actually label the programs instead of relying on memory.
My 48's have the cogo card in them. IMO the 48 should be released with updated…"
Just curious about how many surveyors still prefer their own old programs instead what is available now.I am one of those, and I have only one problem: the calculator memory space.Nothing replaces my hp48 programs to work with a total station.See More
"Point Number, X, Y, Z, Description(PointName)
Two points example:
One line per point, each point has a unique name, in the list only coordinates may be repeated.
This is how I coded my…"
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This can surely be avoided by law (if there is any), it's the common question "Who says we can´t do this?" then when a PLS goes to the site and find a coordinate mess they realize why the can´t.
In Argentina, it…"
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May be this is the simplest answer to your philosophical question:
Professionals must have formal knowledge (University), and therefore something that proves that we have it, here comes the degree or title, then a normal control of the…"
Introduction to other Surveyors. One or more sentence Bio about your Relationship with Surveying
Graduated as a land surveyor,
Worked in construction bussiness for 2 years
Petrol-minning cadastral inspections 2 years
Now Urban cadastral 3 years
And always keeping my personal survey bussiness running.
Location for Member Map
[41° 8'29.41"S/ 71°17'15.61"W]
Licenses Certifications or Awards
Land Surveyor graduated at UNS University (Argentina).
I have experience with the following
GPS, cadastral, topographic, boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys, control network surveys, GIS, Survey Office, Software Development, Construction
How many years have you been surveying?
Most comfortable with the following types of instrumentation
Total Stations, GPS, Surveying Software, Automatic Levels, GNSS, Other), theodolite
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