Inverting Laser Scanners

Please post any tips or advice you have in general relating to laser scanning either whilst onsite or office based.
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In my defense I do also tie a rope to the scanner. :lol:
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Sorry for bringing up an old post.

Does the RTC360 need a special adapter for use with the Nedo Industrial Shaft Tripod? :o

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I think the RTC has a special pin instead of a regular 5/8 thread on the bottom. I remember there being a tribrach option to mount to other tripods such as the Nedo.

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Post by Oxbow »

we offer 2 other models for overhead instalation

https://shop.laserscanning-europe.com/O ... ty-Adapter
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