Monthly Archives: March 2018

2 & half D

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Working up drawings from wire frames and point clouds needs a way to get 3D info into 2D space. Selective modelling provides a method for edge extraction of complex or repetitive details. The projection of curved or oblique alignments onto … Continue reading

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The twin churches at Swaffham Prior

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Any visitor to Swaffham Prior will be puzzled at to why there are 2 churches in the same churchyard there. The story something of  a puzzle but there are good online sources which cover the detail. In this post find … Continue reading

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Unlearning line: what is LOD 500?

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Originally posted on Billboyheritagesurvey's Blog:
Can a survey scale relate to a BIM* LOD? “LOD 500: The Model Element is a field verified representation in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation. Non-graphic information may also be attached…

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Plot lines: CAD to PDF

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I have clients who want definitive plots from PDF, they don’t want DWG they actually want paper and, for them, PDF is paper equivalent. I quickly discovered PDF does its own thing when it comes to line weights, and to … Continue reading

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