Trimble Total Station – Sketchup Australia

Builders and draftsman who already used the SketchUp for their work they also take the Trimble technology in their business. Users get a Trimble RTS673 robotic total station and fieldlink software package and then they can take up BuildingPoint’s hire to buy option. This is a huge step towards the new era of SketchUp.

Examples of using Trimble Total Station 

For example, if builders present in a site where they laid out footing for a home. According to the builder the job would take two days. In this field this technology gives a much greater level of perfections. For the builders the days of pegs, lines, and tape measures are over. Once a builder learns how to use SketchUp by the RTS and FieldLink, they can get a huge advantage from this.

Features 

 By using SketchUp and the PlusSpec plug in they can show the customers the look of their homes, the structural detail via PlusSpec. The RTS can translate information directly to the site. It also saves the time and give the perfect result to the users. If a house is built under construction and that involves 100 concrete piers. By using old method of string lines users have to lay out 200 string lines for placement.

But if the builders use the RTS then they can save about a week or more of time on this builds over its six-month time frame. With the string lines a margin for error over a job was high. The use of this technology is not so rare for larger companies and for big projects it would not be long enough before filtering down to smaller and private contractors.

Advantages 

  • Users can use the tool SketchUp and the PlusSpec plug in and that can show the customers the look of their homes, the structural detail via PlusSpec. 
  • The RTS can translate information directly to the site. 
  • This software saves the precious time of the users. 
  • The RTS are able to translate information directly to the site. 
  • This software provides accuracy.  

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Published By
Arka Roy
www.sketchup4architect.com

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