Heritage Building scan and model using ZF 5016

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Re: Heritage Building scan and model using ZF 5016

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Thanks for answering these questions Peyman. It's always good to tell people how long processing can take.
I believe all of us suffer from having to explain every single time that processing takes a lot longer than acquiring!

How large are the files for that?

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Re: Heritage Building scan and model using ZF 5016

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You are most welcome. The ZFS files are about 20GB, Revit 3D model 350 Mb-2D cad file 85mb, Full scale Recap file 65 Gb.
MajorDomo wrote:
Wed May 15, 2019 11:27 pm
Thanks for answering these questions Peyman. It's always good to tell people how long processing can take.
I believe all of us suffer from having to explain every single time that processing takes a lot longer than acquiring!

How large are the files for that?

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Peyman Bashiri wrote:
Sat May 11, 2019 6:18 am
4 weeks including all 2D detailed facade. And you can see the details on the Revit model include tones of in place modeling.
The AutoCAD tracing looks amazing! Do you have any tips for working with point clouds in AutoCAD that make this process more precise?
The detail on the glass work is amazing!

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