How would you topo a 100 acre parcel that was, say a perfect rectangle with 1000 feet of road frontage and only moderately vegetated (in other words there are many openings but still yet quite a bit of vegetation, not an open pasture). The client has requested a 50 foot grid. The site has a few small hills and valleys, in other words the terrain is not flat at all. I guess my question is, would you set up a baseline with points on the right-of-way at 50 foot intervals and chop 90 degree topo…See More
"I agree with Jonathan100%. Finally! Someone else not brainwashed by Trimble. I don't believe it is an issue with the equipment but, like Jonathan, a problem with the software. I have never used the 1200 but I can easily…"
"I've used the trimble S-8 and the Topcon 800 series. I liked the topcon's ability to find the prism again after the connection was lost, usually due to traffic. The topcon RC-2 aquisition device was hard to beat, when the target was lost…"
"Dang Carlos. I hate to have to say it man but it looks to me like you're off the mark by about 0.007 of a foot. Maybe the rodman needs to have his eyeglass prescription checked. HA HA Just kidding around, I'm sure precise control accuracy…"
"Well I don't believe this can merely be "explained" with words (experience is the best teacher). In my part of the United States the building surveyor is typically called a field engineer and doesn't have to be a licensed…"
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