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Our client required volume calculations for the Tasman Rock wall to determine the impact of a nearby mine.

Our team used the terrestrial laser scanner to capture data off the 30metre long and 15 metre high cliff face and adjacent area.

Back in the office the engineers at Wysiwyg 3D processed the data creating the volume of each individual rock as well as 10mm spacing cross-sections of the entire cliff.

The data was also aligned to the site`s local coordinate system for future reference.

For more information on 3D Scanning for Volume Calculations or scanning for another project Contact Us.

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