MODELING – 3D Drift Module
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Create as-built plans of all drifts swiftly with dated color coding according to surveyed data.
This module allows you to:
- Construct as build 3D models of drifts.
- Join a 3D drift segment to many segments; used mostly to make intersections.
- Set the date of selected 3D drift segments.
- Compute the tonnage of selected drift segments.
- Compute the tonnage of the drifts that were built in user specified period of time.
- Set the color of 3D drift segments to the ByLayer color or the default month color.
- Create a overbreak report between two drifts.
- Built a connection between 2 sets of 3D drifts segments, mainly used for intersections.
- Project polyline on elevation.
This module is provided as an on-going subscription based on your choice of time period and number of licenses.
Licenses for this module are provided in batches of 5. This means the first available batch is 1-5 licenses, then 6-10 licenses, and so on. Multiple licenses allow users to run Promine simultaneously.
You may install Promine on an unlimited number of devices, but the number of simultaneous users depend on the number of licenses you choose. The available time periods are 3 months, 6 months, 9 months and 12 months.
The installation and licensing can be done online; there is no need for on-site setup and installation. You may request a Promine representative to come on-site to perform the full setup and installation; Otherwise, this can be done online.
We understand that you may require a few functions to finish your project. This is why we introduced the concept of “À la carte”. You can pick and choose the modules suitable for your project, the time period and the number of licenses in batches of 5.
This module is part of the Modeling Category. Construct and manipulate 3D models of surfaces, geological structures and other underground mining developments. Calculate volumes, tonnages and apply boolean operations on 3D solids. Visualize your 3D developments in more depth using point clouds.