The 'X' in Digital 'X' Model means that the software can generate isopachytes as
well as contours so it can model any 3D data. The software can create plans,
cross sections, 3D views and overlay models on a georeferenced image. The image
might be an an aerial photograph with the ground model countours superimposed on
it making it easier for clients to understand. Or the image could be used
to digitise data from it and add data to the survey - the fence that was missed
out - saving the surveyor time.
dXmQ can import point cloud data to calculate stockpile volumes, or do before and after surveys.
3D data is triangulated to create a triangular mesh. It is fast! Isopachytes or
contours can be created from the data. Cross sections are generated by
intersecting the triangular mesh. Cross sections are used to calculate volumes.
The traingular mesh and contours can be viewed in 3D.
dXmQuattro can be taken on a survey and the data processed on site to be checked
before leaving the site.
We offer online training, from the comfort of your
desk, using your data. From 1 hour to 5 days, at a time to suit you.
Free Videos are available to download to help you
"Why use a sledge hammer to crack a nut!". With
you can free up valuable CAD resources!
for data entry, it will allow data to be checked before being entered into third
uses data from files containing coordinates produced by survey total stations such as Pentax, Trimble, Leica,
Sokkia, Nikon, Topcon
Features of the software include:
Process XYZ files
Create contours from XYZ files
Create contours from TXT files
Create contours from CSV files
Create contours from PRN files
Create contours from ASC files
Create contours from 3D DXF files
Create contours from ASCII Raster files
Overlay contours on aerial photographs
Overlay plans on aerial photographs
Digitise features from aerial photographs and add them to your plans
Create DXF files
Convert XYZ files to DXF files
Convert TXT files to DXF files
Convert CSV files to DXF files
Convert PRN files to DXF files
DXF output of sections
Convert DXF files to XYZ files
Print contour plans
Print spotlevel plans
DXF out contour plans
Contour interval set by the user
Identifies negative and positive contours
At a glance features allows quick identification of high and low areas
DXF input(lines and polylines)
Create cross sections
Create cross sections from a centre line
Creates multiple parallel cross sections
Overlay cross sections from different data sets
View multiple sections in a window
Zoom into and out of sections
The plan position of the sections are displayed in the plan view
Sections are labelled thus easily identified
Print of sections
Display contours in 3D
Display triangles in 3D
Shade the triangles
Hidden surface removal
Overlay contours on triangles on shaded surface
Cut and Fill volumes - calculate stockpile and excavation volumes
Volumes calculated by cross sections
Convert metres to decimal feet or decimal feet to metres with the muliplier function
Data stripping, so that huge files can be loaded
Data stripping, so that only a selected part of a huge file is loaded
On screen data editing
3 point Resections calculated
Create a Grid from 3D DXF file
Create a grid from TXT files
Create a grid from PRN files
What professions use it?
What some professionals said about dXmCubed:
From Gareth Brynes the verdict is: "Fantastic value for money!"
From another "The programme allowed us to explore other ways of completing a project which otherwise would
have had to be completed by hand.
Volume calculations are computed by comparing 2 surfaces. For instance a stockpile, the area below the stockpile is surveyed and a model created prior to the stockpile being laid down. The stockpile is surveyed and model created. Cross sections are created through the two models and a volume calculated.
Why use cross sections to calculate a volume?
Quite simply it is easier to check the answer. If you have calculated a volume and the contractor
has calculated the volume and you have different quantities. With Cross sections in the same positions
in the two models the difference in the figures can be resolved by the difference in the cross sections.
Nothing could be easier or simplier.
Create Contours or Isopachytes of:
Ground levels, the seabed, top of well water levels, depth to
rockhead, soil depths, river bed, Sedimentry deposits, Highwalls, Lowalls, Coal pavement levels, XRF Scanner data
ONLY GBP 299.00 plus VAT
FREE updates for 1 year!
Send an email to rockmateFreeTrial 'AT' rockmate.com for a link to download a copy of the software For a FREE TRIAL.
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you to download a fully working copy of the software. We do not supply contact details to third parties. We may contact you for feedback
and inform you of new updates to the software.
On receipt of payment, we will e-mail a copy of the software with the full licence plus a
username and password for free updates.
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This will allow time for your cheque to reach Rockmate, for it to be processed and for you
to use the software without being interrupted. Once the cheque has cleared we will e-mail you
a copy of the software with the full licence plus a
username and password for free updates.
The software dongle can be transferred from computer to computer. If you get a new computer the software
can be moved to the new one.
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