3D scanning while checking out the view. I have walked up Scafell Pike, and Coniston of those. Using the scan data, we draw a true vertical model facade wall based on the building line at ground level. We can then compare that theoretical surface to the scan data. This will …
It is tight for parking in Douglas. Precision 3D scanning, a concrete basement, lift core, stair core and steel frame. Starting with the basics I levelled the top of baseplates then marked the column centres at 1 metre above the plate, I checked these to grid. We were then able …
Fixing monitoring prisms to a church gable for a long term study in Millom. I’ll first measure the prisms several times to establish the baseline position. Periodically I’ll return to the site and remeasure, reporting the deviation results to the structural engineers.
Not exactly the Forth Bridge, but it still needs measuring up for repair work. That’s when you have managed to find the site.
I am not sure if I’d chance driving over this old stone arch built to access a disused quarry in Broughton. Topographical survey plus 3D scanning to draw elevations and sections for repair work planning.
I have been measuring this ceiling for several years. First, we 3D scanned the soffit to produce an elevation ramp Periodically, I measure fixed targets with an optical level and a digital level, which achieves only slightly better accuracy, but increases efficiency and reduces the chances of booking errors significantly.
Measuring the track profile to find a hump which is causing boats to tip while being winched in for maintenance. The tracks will be realigned to a constant gradient.
Surveying the river’s edge and embankment for an erosion defence project. Using the scanner we also captured the steep, inaccessible banking.