"??? Every once in awhile there is a question on here that makes me scratch my aging head... Mr. Obvious would like to point out that no matter what your prism configuration ( single, triple or ganged ) there will always be an aiming or target…"
"Going old school here. So a mission plan. Take a compass and clinometer to map out any obstructions. Do a full 360 around your setup. Get any and all objects above 15 degrees and within 100 feet. Since you are in a wooded area you WILL get a lot of…"
"?? Either cross it out ( a one time change ) or change the lath. You'll find that $0.50 for a clean lath suddenly looked reeeaaaalllly cheap when the contractor tries to charge to move a manhole after its been set in the wrong place due…"
"the 2005 error is common - wait a few hours until after the end of the UTC day and try again - OPUS system hasn't updated yet.
on the 6009 error - can you look at the data yourself? if so look for the data slice thats got the longest…"
"I may be spoiled or OCD but I have two level rods. First one never really past the lower two sections - I use it in the dirt, water or whatever. Used on staking jobs and such. Manhole drops go more of course and yes the dirt…"
"Reeeally need to know if you are in plain jane Autocad or have some kind of cogo software app added in.
There are several ways that come to mind pretty quickly, but all depend on what software you have.
Sorry I couldn't help more
"Yup - I should clarify - back in the "day" when RTK was new - I was one of the first in Indiana to use the Sokkia/Ashtech system dual-freq system that had the old SDR-33 data collector running the total station, digital level AND the…"
"As a basic rule of plane geometry - you should always hit at least 4 points when calibrating. Otherwise the routine being used will or could show a perfect fit of the three points to the vertical plane. By using four or more points…"
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