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|Planning Workflows||We look at a parking lot design that involves lighting, bio-sales, grading, drainage, pavement, striping and more.|
|Deliverables||We walk through the steps of producing deliverables for a client – ASCII points, Drawing PDFs, CAD, LandXML, Traverse Reports and more.|
|Plat Checking||We recreate a CAD plat, checking boundaries, alignments and parcels.|
|Using COGO||We’ll show you how to access TPC’s COGO efficiently. It’s pretty fun!|
GPS / GNSS
|Using GPS/GNSS with TPC||Add a $2600 GNSS multi-channel receiver to TPC on your laptop and you’ve got a GNSS solution for lots of surveys. We’ll show you how.|
|Convert Local to GNSS CRS||We show you how to convert an existing survey from local grid to GNSS CRS so you can do stakeout.|
|Use Local with GNSS CRS||We’ll keep our survey in local coordinates but work easily with geodetic positions for Google Earth and our GNSS equipment. |
You’ll also learn how to export linework to GNSS via Shape and DXF files.
Coordinate Reference Systems (CRS) / Calibrations
|CRS Part 1 of 3||We cast a wide net as we learn the components in TPC’s Coordinate Reference System (CRS) and how they interact in a survey. |
Traverse PC is just as comfortable working with geodetics as it is with planar computations.
|CRS Part 2 of 3||We take a deeper dive into Coordinate Reference Systems with 2 case studies.|
|CRS Part 3 of 3||We look at a PLSS case that uses geodetics and State Plane to meet the requirements of true bearing and ground distance.|
|Calibrations||Calibrations use Least Squares to fit any coordinate system to another coordinate system. |
User can then forward/reverse calibrate between the two plus use any existing calibration as the Site Calibration for a survey.
|Drawings||We’ll show you how easy it is to produce your drawings using TPC’s proprietary QuickView™ technology.|
|Quick View™ & Drawings||If you draw in TPC like you do in CAD, TPC won’t save you any time so take your CAD hat off – put your TPC hat on.|
|Smart Tables||We go in deep on working with Traverse PC’s Smart Tables in the Drawing View.|
|Text in Drawings||We show you how to use the different text tools in the Drawing View.|
|Drawing Templates||Traverse PC’s drawing templates are dynamic, able to provide any desired page size and orientation because of TPC’s unique Paper Space vs Survey Space. Learn how to create a drawing template from any existing drawing, then edit the template to provide just what you want moving forward.|
|Creating and Editing Details and Groups||We take an in-depth look at the new Details tool in TPC Desktop 2021. It makes it easy and intuitive to create details in your drawings. You can set them to any size and scale as needed and it is easy to edit the resulting group using the new group editing tools.|
|Drawing Data Manager||We show you some of the tools that are available to you in the Drawing Data Manager (DDM) for finding, accessing and modifying all of the objects in your drawing, even if they are hidden or off the screen!|
|Curves and Spirals||See how easy it is to work with your curves and spirals in TPC Desktop. KIS (Keep It Simple)!|
|Offsets & Setbacks||We take a look at TPC Desktop’s tools for doing offsets and setbacks. |
We use some tools in unexpected ways; these are some of the screwdrivers in the TPC Desktop toolbox.
|Alignment Stations and Offsets||How to work with your alignments plus other uses for some of the tools.|
|Point Codes||Using Point Codes in TPC Desktop can really be a time-saver in creating your drawings. |
See how easy it is to build a code list one job at a time to automate most of your drawing process.
|Phrase Driven Legal Descriptions||In TPC Desktop, you have complete control over how TPC writes legal descriptions by defining settings and phrases.|
|Phrase Driven Legal Descriptions Output||We take an in-depth look at product of TPC’s Phrase Driven Legal Description writer for all of the tangent, curve and spiral options.|
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