3D Solid comparison with Point Cloud

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Re: 3D Solid comparison with Point Cloud

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Navisworks with Cloudworx, If it is more of a clash or anticlash your after. ie is my model within xxx of my pointloud. Anticlash is an interesting aproach for scructures, do I have scandata where they is no model at all.
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Andy,

That's exactly what we've developed at SKUR. Visit us @ skur.com and sign up for a trial to see if it's the right solution for you.

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adam.cohen wrote:Andy,

That's exactly what we've developed at SKUR. Visit us @ skur.com and sign up for a trial to see if it's the right solution for you.

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Thanks Adam, I've signed up but it looks like I've got to wait for a response from you guys?
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Re: 3D Solid comparison with Point Cloud

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Hi fellas,

I have just started a job as a laser scanning operator in company that supervises big construction project.
They want to check contractor MEP by comparing point cloud to planed BIM models.
As a can understand this software suggestions are more for sort-of deviation analysts(mm-cm differences from PC to BIM models)??
Any suggestion for software/workflow with more global comparison and reports between scan and BIM?

In the office they use REVIT and SCENE, but getting new software like ReShaper will not be a problem if it will do the work.

Any suggestions are welcome for this newbie.

Thank you!

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Re: 3D Solid comparison with Point Cloud

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tbwester wrote:
Thu Apr 14, 2016 3:59 pm
formbysurveys wrote:Anyone got any suggestions as to the best way to compare a 3D solid AutoCAD design model with an as-built point cloud and report of the "differences" between the 2?
Many ways to do this. polyworks, reshaper, cloudcompare (free).

A new software just launched, http://skur.com/. Looks like it may be a really good solution. check it out.
This link no longer works...is there another?
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Re: 3D Solid comparison with Point Cloud

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Scott wrote:
Wed Jan 15, 2020 6:37 pm
tbwester wrote:
Thu Apr 14, 2016 3:59 pm
formbysurveys wrote:Anyone got any suggestions as to the best way to compare a 3D solid AutoCAD design model with an as-built point cloud and report of the "differences" between the 2?
Many ways to do this. polyworks, reshaper, cloudcompare (free).

A new software just launched, http://skur.com/. Looks like it may be a really good solution. check it out.
This link no longer works...is there another?
[email protected] ('If you are interested in a trial please contact us at' )
They went out of business i think. cintoo has a great feature for comparing point clouds to models.

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You can try new UNDET for Revit features. No difference that the 3D model will be created in AutoCAD, SketchUp or other software. You just need import created model to Revit and you will be able to analyze it.

Here is an overview video.


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use " Analysis of arbitary surfaces/solids" Faro asbuit autocad ;)

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Re: 3D Solid comparison with Point Cloud

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marko.agsgeo wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 7:39 am
Hi fellas,

I have just started a job as a laser scanning operator in company that supervises big construction project.
They want to check contractor MEP by comparing point cloud to planed BIM models.
As a can understand this software suggestions are more for sort-of deviation analysts(mm-cm differences from PC to BIM models)??
Any suggestion for software/workflow with more global comparison and reports between scan and BIM?

In the office they use REVIT and SCENE, but getting new software like ReShaper will not be a problem if it will do the work.

Any suggestions are welcome for this newbie.

Thank you!

I would recommend Leica 3DR (formerly Reshaper). I have used a trial version and seen numerous demos and it does exactly what you are after. You can create reports direct from the software and also include 3D PDF's. Would highly recommend...plus you get all the extraction tools etc as well.

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Re: 3D Solid comparison with Point Cloud

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marko.agsgeo wrote:
Sun Jan 12, 2020 7:39 am
Hi fellas,

I have just started a job as a laser scanning operator in company that supervises big construction project.
They want to check contractor MEP by comparing point cloud to planed BIM models.
As a can understand this software suggestions are more for sort-of deviation analysts(mm-cm differences from PC to BIM models)??
Any suggestion for software/workflow with more global comparison and reports between scan and BIM?

In the office they use REVIT and SCENE, but getting new software like ReShaper will not be a problem if it will do the work.

Any suggestions are welcome for this newbie.

Thank you!
You should consider looking at Verity, it is designed for this use case.

https://www.clearedge3d.com/products/verity/

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