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The Trimble X7 3D Laser Scanner with Trimble Field Link (VIDEO)

Designed with the Building Contractor in mind, the Trimble x7 takes advantage of 3D laser scanning while using the easy to use Trimble Field Link Interface.

The Trimble X7 scanning system delivers powerful performance with simple operation.

The new onboard Trimble X-Drive deflection system enables automatic calibration to ensure accuracy on every scan with no downtime for calibration service. With built-in Trimble® VISION technology, the X7 will also capture images for full panoramas and scan colorization. By combining this leading 3D laser scanner with Trimble Field Link, you can quickly capture and view scan data in the field, using the same processes and workflows you’re already using for layout. The all-new Trimble Registration Assist lets you automatically register, refine, and reference your data right there, allowing you to leave the site with confidence.

Learn more about the Trimble X7 and schedule your trial!



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