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Training for Trimble TSC3 with Access

Started this discussion. Last reply by ⚡Survenator⌁ Jul 21, 2016. 1 Reply

TrainingHow to copy arcs & lines from Job to Job in TSC3 with Trimble Access.by Ted Link1. In general survey, click on "Jobs". open job w/ arc's & lines.2. Click "Jobs" & "import /…Read more →

Subject Tags: Access, Trimble, TSC3, training

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May 22
Ted Link favorited James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
May 22
Ted Link replied to James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
"There are a lot of apps if everyone involved can get on board with one, I think that a schedule template from Excel is easy and can be done by smart phone or tablet or laptop/ PC. The real issue is every one understanding that things change quickly…"
May 22
Ted Link replied to ⚡Survenator⌁'s discussion Surveyor Needed in El Cerrito, CA in the group California Land Surveyors
"Looks like a long driveway on google earth, & sounds like he might be looking for a legal description for ingress & egress ? Or is he looking for a topo for re-paving?"
Apr 17
Ted Link replied to Mohammad Salem's discussion Taking points in the site area
"If all you have is a total station then lots of shots with good description or code on each shot. But I would recommend using a laser scanner and scanning targets or paddle targets on Survey Control network."
Apr 11
Ted Link replied to Massimo's discussion Leica TCRA+ 1101 with or without Powersearch
"Leica is great"
Jan 9
Ted Link replied to Fernando Camaraza Jr's discussion YUMAOD Docking Station Power Supply
"Check with SITECH or Building point Pacific Northern California Nathan Culver Look them up online"
Dec 28, 2017
Ted Link replied to Marius Carel Beisswenger's discussion Maps with INSPIRE (Styling) standards
"I had to look this up so I could understand a little http://inspire-geoportal.ec.europa.eu/"
Dec 13, 2017
Ted Link favorited Marius Carel Beisswenger's discussion Maps with INSPIRE (Styling) standards
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Ted Link favorited Marius Carel Beisswenger's discussion Maps with INSPIRE (Styling) standards
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EWEJE EMMANUEL TIMILEYIN left a comment for Ted Link
"hello!!!"
Dec 3, 2017
Ted Link replied to Sarkiss Parvin's discussion Trimble access job files
"Yes you need “Trimble Business Center” it’s a drag that Trimble and other companies have gone the route of proprietary software to use their products"
Dec 3, 2017
Ted Link replied to Chris Wasemann's discussion Traverse between two know points?
"In TRIMBLE Access using the traverse program it walks through the steps & gives me great results"
Nov 30, 2017
Ted Link favorited James Wallace's discussion Free/cheap CORS networks in NSW
Nov 23, 2017
Ted Link replied to Ian harvey's discussion Advise on an entry level reflectorless total station
"Do it ! Leica or Trimble"
Jun 26, 2017

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I am here because I am a.
Surveyor
Surveyor Bio:
I love what I do & can always learn something new. Started Surveying in 1981. Hope to share my skills and grow professionally.
Company
DPR
Location for Member Map
California/ Monterey
Licenses Certifications or Awards
US Army Surveyor, AutoCAD Civil 3D, lots of experience
I have experience with the following
GPS, topographic, boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys, control network surveys, ground movement monitoring, teaching, Aerial, Construction, Military, UAS/UAV Drone Technology, GPR, Cartography
How many years have you been surveying?
30
Most comfortable with the following types of instrumentation
Total Stations, GPS, Surveying Software, Robotics, Automatic Levels, 3D scanners, Old school surveying, theodolite, Chain, compass, UAS/UAV Drone Technology

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At 10:54am on December 3, 2017, EWEJE EMMANUEL TIMILEYIN said…
hello!!!
At 5:05pm on September 15, 2016, Ted Link said…
Great stuff! I've been trying to help the companies I have worked for but man change seems harder than it has to be. Write more soon
At 4:22pm on September 15, 2016, Billy Brooks said…

Hi Ted, Thank you, and glad you feel that way,Sometimes i think no  one is listening,but then a Ray of light will shine thru. I have also read some of your post or reply's, I remember one, where  you said,something about changing the scale factors in the Data collectors to fix what was wrong, i replied back ,they do not use them,i do not know why,no way i going to type all that in a Total Station, never have,well maybe,just to see how it worked. then i am done. I went to work in 1994 for a company that had Five crews, I had my own 48 TDS , They had not got me a truck or put together my crew yet, so the first day, i went and worked with one of the crews, when we get to the job,which was a construction site, the PC, rolls out the plans ,gets out a scale,but then starts looking on the plans, where he could turn 90°of the property line and set up base line to layout some of the parking,also using building ties to layout the building at 90°.

I asked do you not use a Data collect, he told me no we have one, but no body knows how to use it. so i told him , you care if i help i have one and many different cable for different guns ,yours i have. So i showed him how i was going to use coordinates,and how i was going to calculate all of these and how we could just make one setup to stake all of this,he told me sometimes ,they do this at the office and print this out for us, but then something is always in the way and what they gave us want work. He told me they call it a Radial layout,I said yea,that is what it is called. I said well, this company needs to get data collects for everyone and i will teach everyone how to use them.The one's that wanted to did, this PC refused to learn,he said he like doing it his way,Learning some thing new  can be a challenge or just to scared to do it,or just do not want to change, But I was shocked,i never dream i would find this going on,This company had a lot of work,I told the owner, come out of the dark ages, so he then took my advice and invested in all the software, for TDS in his office. They where doing Topo's with base lines and a level. there  and the draft man where having to enter all these coordinates and elevations by hand into there contour program, one told me he had never seen this before,from a download of a collector.But i left this story out. in respect for this company,this is the opposite of the old teaching the new. I changed this whole company, that went on to become what it is today.All there surveys were being done in notes and all this had to be calculated in the office,just think what a change i made in this company for all of there work, field and office,just though i would tell it to you. and thanks for wanting to be my Friend.                                                        PS my oldest brother, Lived his whole life in CA. he worked for Inglenook winery,In Napa Valley,He was the Historian Guide for the winery and made video's for them on their history and their Wines. He loved Wine.

 
 
 

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