• Permanent graphical control of the site survey directly on the site (!) in the CAD system; that means avoidance of incorrect measurements, typing errors and forgotten measurings that would just be discovered later in the office.


  • No later transfer of the site survey from paper to CAD (additional source of errors and time consumption)


  • No templates for curves and corners


  • Faster measurings by easier handling an shorter training requirements also with complicated measuring situations (corners, curves, ledges) and immediate transfer to the CAD system


  • Easy integration of levellings (e. g. wall inclinations)


  • Higher precision of the measurings


  • More accurate documentation for production


  • Increased level of prefabrication with more efficient machines in production


  • Reduction of fitting work with hand machines on the construction site


Achieving
more efficient production and higher quality


According to application conditions you can expect an amortization period of one or two years.
The following is an example analysis from the production of wooden stairs
(approx. 300 strairs per year):

Time saving per stair
Drawing up the site survey approx. 0.75 h
Transfer of the site survey data to construction approx. 0.5 h
Total per year approx. 375 h x 30 EUR / h = 11,025 EUR
 
Error reduction
Forgotten measurings
per month
approx. 22 h
Total per year approx. 264 h x 30 EUR / h = 7,920 EUR
 
Defective production
Two stairs per year, each approx. 5,500 EUR
Total per year = 11,000 EUR