Jack Gechter: US – Mexico Broder

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“I have been a Traverse PC User for a few years and HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT…  I LOVE IT BECAUSE: TPC Desktop isn’t another CAD program with land surveying tacked-on. It’s point based land surveying software that starts with my survey data and ends with a very professional drawing.  It’s the No CAD Zone®.” Jack Gechter PLS, Chula Vista, CA

John Montes De Oca – Chula Vista, CA

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“It’s a NO-CAD zone written by Land Surveyors for Professional Land Surveyors doing business. Great Staff and full Technical Support with option to have private sessions from anywhere you have internet access… Affordable and once purchased it’s yours for life! AutoCad is expensive and Civil Software needs to be purchased to work for you & you have to renew licenses to operate every year! Traverse PC has been in business for 30 years ! It’s the best investment for Engineering … Read More

Mike Kaiser – Glasgow, MT

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“TPC is easy to understand and use . The tech help and on-line videos are great. There different options to arrive at the correct solution. Was developed by surveyors for surveyors!” Mike Kaiser – Glasgow, MT

Jerry Mahun – Cuba City, WI

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“Traverse PC software’s high degree of customization allows it to adapt to the surveyor instead of the other way around. It is an intuitive package as well as a powerful one. The software reflects that it is developed by surveyors for surveyors. It’s not without its faults, but the developers are continually refining the software and take into account user feedback. Technical support is excellent – response is fast, clear, and courteous.” Jerry Mahun – Cuba City, WI

Bill O’Hara, Cedar Creek, TX

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I bought the Traverse PC Desktop Professional Edition in 2016 soon after beginning my consulting practice. I called and spoke with owner and founder John Balcom to place my order. Technical work and drafting are not my strong suits but this surveying software is a complete package and does everything I need as a Texas surveyor. My practice frequently involves retracement of original surveys, all reported in varas. Traverse PC recently added varas to its list of units making it … Read More

What’s New in TPC Desktop 2015 – August 2017

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What’s New in TPC Desktop 2015 – (PowerPoint Presentation with live links)   Beginning with TPC Desktop 2010, TPC sports a new user interface with dockable panes and new managers. We use TPC Desktop 2015 to show it off. Updated Interface with TPC Desktop 2015 – (PowerPoint Presentation with live links)   You may need the PowerPoint Viewer from Microsoft to open the PowerPoint files.  It is available as a free download from Microsoft HERE

eNewsletter: August 2017

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  Office Hours 7 AM to Noon and 1 PM to 4 PM (Pacific Time) Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). We will be closed Friday, September 1- Monday, September 4 for Labor Day Join Traverse PC If you own TPC, join the Traverse PC Users group. If you’re interested in TPC, join the General Discussion group. Learn how to streamline your workflows in the NEW Learning Center Announcing TPC Desktop v17.2 This update of TPC Desktop includes dozens of enhancements to streamline your … Read More

eNewsletter: June 2017

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  Office Hours (We will be closed July 3rd and 4th) 7 AM to Noon and 1 PM to 4 PM (Pacific Time) Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Join Traverse PC If you own TPC, join the Traverse PC Users group. If you’re interested in TPC, join the General Discussion group. Learn how to draw scale breaks in the NEW Learning Center Announcing TPC Desktop v17.1 This update of TPC Desktop includes dozens of enhancements to streamline your workflows. Like saving individual traverse reports and … Read More

Bob Holtkamp D.E.W.

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2007 – 2013 I’m working in the high Arctic on a project called the DEW Line Clean Up (DLCU). DEW is an acronym for Distant Early Warning systems. Which is a joint project of the Canadian and American military. When the Cold War began in the early 50’s we decided we needed some sort of protective warning system in case the Russians were to attack us from the North so we constructed a line of radar facilities in the high … Read More

eNewsletter: March, 2016

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eNewsletter – March, 2016 John Balcom – Best Fit Line, Mark Lull – Learning Guides, Oliver Bochsler – Better By Design, Eric Tanikawa – TPC Connection Offer John Balcom: Best Fit Line TPC 2016 R1 includes a new Fit Horizontal Line routine. Tie any number of points that reference a line and TPC will create the best fit line using one of three methods. Least Squares – This is a minimally constrained solution, so the end point of the line can … Read More

eNewsletter: February, 2016

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eNewsletter – February, 2016 President’s Message: Rotating and Translating Drawing Objects via COGO, Oliver Bochsler – New CRS Folder and Files, Eric Tanikawa – Surveyor Soup (PBJ: Potato, Bacon and Jalapeno No! It is not Peanut Butter & Jelly) President’s Message: Rotating and Translating Drawing Objects via COGO We just slipped a new feature into V16.0.4 because we wanted you to have it. When you translate and rotate via COGO, you can include drawing survey space objects. TPC will translate and rotate … Read More

Doug Richmond, LS, CFM – Fredericksburg, VA

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“I’ve used Traverse PC since the early 90’s and I’m continually impressed by their commitment to upgrade the program and its ability to exchange data with AutoCAD, Micro station, Civil 3D, and Google.  It’s very easy to complete a finished product.” Doug Richmond, LS, CFM – Fredericksburg, VA

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