• Tip of the Week #12 - Creating Orthorectified Image for Facade Reconstruction - Using Multiple Stations

    Do you projects require facade or vertical wall reconstruction or modeling or vertical surface (e.g. facades)? If so, then you might find this tip being useful to you. In some projects, it’s impossible to find ...
    Boris Skopljak
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  • TBC Tips Vault

    Here you'll find all TBC Tips linked and accessible for viewing (and re-viewing!):   To download a PDF containing all below tips (as of April 1, 2019) click here.           Fiel...
    Joe Blecha
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  • Tip # 93 : Exporting to Sitevision straight from TBC !

    With Trimble Sitevision released, you are able to use Augmented Reality technology to bring your data to life and visualize your data in the real world. With this new release, TBC has introduced the ability to export ...
    Sudam Fernando
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  • TBC Power Hour Vault

    Here you'll find links to recordings and tentative schedules for the TBC Power Hour sessions:   2015 August - Volumetric Computation Workflows September - Survey Feature Coding and Attribution October - How t...
    Joe Blecha
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  • Tip # 92 : More efficiency with scan registration

    5.20 is out !  Along with this new release, we have some great new features that have enhanced the overall experience and usability of TBC. One of these features is a new method to easily pick scan stations ...
    Sudam Fernando
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  • TBC v5.20 Released

    TBC v5.20 is here!  Download this latest release for Trimble X7, Trimble SiteVision, and Trimble Clarity support, as well as new tools to parametrically elevate linework, an aerial photogrammetry engine update, i...
    Joe Blecha
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  • TBC November 2019 Power Hour Announcement

    View, measure, and share your point cloud and survey data online in Trimble Clarity from the new publishing routine in TBC.  From Trimble SX10, TX8, MX9, X7, and any other sensor you can think of, bring it to TBC...
    Joe Blecha
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  • Tip # 91 : Help getting started with major workflows instructions

    Getting familiar with a new workflow in TBC can be daunting but we as we all know, we have the TBC tutorials that can help us get off the ground using the provided data sets. Now, after we are familiar with the tutori...
    Sudam Fernando
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  • TBC October 2019 Power Hour - Integrating X7 data into TBC

    Less than two days until Trimble webinar event of the year... the TBC Power Hour on integrating the new Trimble X7 laser scanner data into your survey workflows in TBC.  You don't want to miss this!  Registe...
    Joe Blecha
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  • Tip # 90 : Modify your selections with Advanced Select

    Our projects can sometimes end up having various types of data with different parameters for each of the data types. Using this week’s tip I will be showing you how to query your selection so you can select just...
    Sudam Fernando
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  • Tip of the Week #46 - Ortho Snap Modes

    Happy Monday fellow TBC’ers! If you’re reading this on a different day of the week, happy (insert that day here)! This week’s Tip of the Week will be investigating “Ortho Snap Modes”. Ort...
    Matt McLean
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  • Tip of the Week #48 - Object Snaps

    Hope everyone is having an excellent July! I sure am, it hasn’t rained once this week so I’ve managed to enjoy my dinner outside. It’s the little things in life isn’t it?   A few weeks ago...
    Matt McLean
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  • Tip # 87 : Setting maximum edge length to trim surface edges

    We have all had times when we have created surfaces but there are unnecessary surface triangles in our surface model. Yes, we can clean these triangles using the ‘Trim Surface Edge’ command but using today...
    Sudam Fernando
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  • Tip #89 : Presentation of your data using TBC

    Presenting our data and work from the field can sometimes be a very tedious operation. Countless number of screenshots, videos and creating slide decks. Well, using today’s tip you can create a presentation of y...
    Sudam Fernando
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  • Tip # 76 : Referencing to Object attributes and creating Smart Text

    Smart Text !! what a handy little tool, it lets us create texts by referencing to object’s attributes. Whether you are familiar with this function or it is completely new to you, I will walk through the process ...
    Sudam Fernando
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  • TBC October 2018 Power Hour - Autodesk Interoperability and TBC Feature Coding

    'Tis the season for TBC and Autodesk (specifically Civil 3D) interoperability. Join our October TBC Power Hour to learn how the two software packages work together for you. Feature coding, attributes, and drafting wil...
    Joe Blecha
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  • Tip of the Week #42 - TBC Point Symbols in AutoCAD

    Did you know you can use the *.SHX file to assure that your point symbols used in TBC translate exactly into AutoCAD?  Thanks to Evelina from TBC’s QA team, here’s how...   Symbols can be a...
    Joe Blecha
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  • TBC Power Hour Announcement - October 30th - Trimble X7 Workflows in TBC

    Break through into new laser scanning workflows and deliverables with the new Trimble X7 terrestrial laser scanning solution. Announced in September 2019, the Trimble X7 laser scanner with Trimble Perspective field so...
    Joe Blecha
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  • Tip of the Week #33 - Easy *.job to *.jxl file conversion

    Did you know there is a quick way to convert binary *.job files from Trimble Access into *.jxl files that can be opened in a text editor for review or re-imported into different versions of Trimble Access?  The c...
    Joe Blecha
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  • Tip # 88 : Easy navigation to commands using the 'command pane'

    Looking for specific commands in TBC can be somewhat tedious due to its growing list of commands. With this weeks tip we can stop wasting time searching for the command we need using the command pane !    T...
    Sudam Fernando
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