My company wants me to start doing some of our modeling rather than outsourcing it. Wanted to know if there were some on the Trimble site or library that started with the basics.
What type of modeling are you interested in doing? Also, for what industry? For example, if you are creating 3D models for landscaping, architecture, housing, etc. SketchUp would be your best bet and there are a variety of courses online here.
Yes sorry it would be mostly 3d model for the construction industry (machine control for dozers, graders and excavators). We are a paving company located in upstate NY. A lot of building sites (Utilities, dirt work, curb, pavement) and some corridor projects for DOT jobs.
Trimble Business Center is your best bet for this especially if you are using machine control. There is a variety of tutorials online. I suggest the YouTube page. Reach out to your local SITECH dealer for demos and training on various software packages available. You can find them using the dealer locator here.
I have a self pace video series on Site Modeling. I also teach 1 day online Takeoff and Site Modeling classes. Let me know if you are interested in either option or both. Give me your email address and I will get the information on how to register for a online class or to purchase the video series.
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