Series of measurements along path

Series of measurements along a path allows the user to define measurements along a custom path. For this function, a path must first be set in the drawing, preferably with a polyline. This function can be used, for example, to measure walls on which spiral stairs are to be mounted. Create the path on the part of the wall on which the stairs are to be mounted.

1. Select the command ‘Series of measurements along path’ from the sub-menu of ‘Start Series of Measurements.
Define Series of Measurements window with Parallel to Plane parts highlighted

2. A window Define series of Measurements will open. You may choose to draw either Points, Lines, or Polylines. You also have the option to:

  • In the ‘Measuring point distance’, enter the distance between each consecutive point to be measured.
  • The option ‘Maximum measuring tolerance to the virtual plane,’ allows you to define the distance tolerance to the virtual horizontal plane at which the measurements will be taken.
    You can also select if you want to:
  • Measure Path instead of Selecting Path
  • Delete the path afterward
  • Add Distance point to plane.

Define Series of Measurements window with Parallel to Plane parts highlighted

3. If you select the option in the previous window, you can measure the desired path with the Flexijet. If not, you can select it from the drawing.

4. Once you finish measuring the path and have clicked confirm, it will ask if you want to measure more paths. Click NO to continue.

5. If you want to start the Series of measurements now, click yes.

6. Te Flexijet will start measuring. (The first point of the series of measurements is the start point.) Once the Flexijet has finished, it will display all the distance points to plane as well as the message “series of measurements completed.”


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