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Orientation Blunder

Started this discussion. Last reply by Aaron Baxter Dec 4. 12 Replies

Dear Surveyors,I found that i have made mistake in orienting the total station when i opened it in cad.the mistake is that i have taken the occupied station as back side and back side as occupied…Read more →

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Aaron Baxter replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"Easy way in cad would to just draw a line between your two points. Select all points and the line in the drawing and rotate everything 180 from the midpoint in the line. That should hold all your elevations and correct your backsite angle. Only gets…"
Dec 4
Nitesh Shrestha replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"correct way"
Dec 3
Nitesh Shrestha replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"The best way is always use a check sight and carefully check your backsight data after observation so even if you occasionally do errors like "inputting station data in backsight and backsight data in station" - "this error is found…"
Dec 3
Nitesh Shrestha replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"I have replied "dosent work like that" to all other replies about rotating or alining your drawing because it is incorrect. When you have done the error you mentioned there is also error in elevation of your surveyed points.  If you…"
Dec 3
Nitesh Shrestha replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"dosent work like that.."
Dec 3
Nitesh Shrestha replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"dosent work like that.."
Dec 3
Nitesh Shrestha replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"dosent work like that.."
Dec 3
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Orientation Blunder

Dear Surveyors,I found that i have made mistake in orienting the total station when i opened it in cad.the mistake is that i have taken the occupied station as back side and back side as occupied station.How can i correct this in cad drawing?regardsSee More
Dec 2
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Dec 2
Ted Link replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"Great answers and there are a few ways of fixing the problem. The main thing is to check yourself that what you have done to correct the data actually makes sense and all your data is correct horizontal and vertical. If you can edit the raw data…"
Dec 2
Peter Fonseca replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"I agree you should just look for the incorrect backsight or occupying point and make the edit either in the raw file or in the program that you're using"
Dec 2
James Jones-Hughes replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"Yeah I think you need to rotate by 180"
Dec 2
Ronnie Van Huss, PLS replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"View the raw data file to determine what points were created from the wrong occupation point. Move the points by numbers using the BS as a base point to the correct occupy point, then rotate the same point list 180 degrees. Afterward, translate the…"
Dec 2
Ted Link replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"You’ll also need to bind the xref drawing when you are done."
Dec 2
Ted Link replied to Mohomed Mafaz Mohomed Fareez's discussion Orientation Blunder
"You can use the “ align “ command. Open a second drawing, xref your mis- orientated drawing and preform the ALIGN command (pick on the xref’d drawing) then it will ask you for first point & second point. Pick your points (A to…"
Dec 2

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GPS, cadastral, topographic, boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys, control network surveys, GIS, teaching, Equipment Sales, Construction
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