Elevation view

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Elevation view

Postby JGreen » Thu Sep 03, 2015 2:26 pm

I am running SurvCE on a carlson mini2 data collector.
We typically use the total station to survey openings in walls for curtain wall and windows.

I am wondering if anyone knows of a way to change the view or the interpretations of what is being shot in such a way that I am see the opening being shot?

Any help or ideas are greatly appreciated.

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Re: Elevation view

Postby erikgrobberts » Fri Feb 23, 2018 7:29 am

An elevation drawing is an orthographic projection drawing that shows one side of the house. The motivation behind an elevation attracting is to demonstrate the completed appearance of a given side of the house and outfit vertical tallness measurements. Four elevations are usually drawn, one for each side of the house. Maximum elevation figure or MEF is a sort of VFR elevation which shows the stature of the most elevated component inside a quadrangle region. It is important to pilots, who need to know about the most noteworthy mountain peaks and tall towers close-by, with the goal that they can hover above them to evade controlled flight into territory.
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