How to protect Trimble MT1000
This is the re-re-re-design that is 0.40 feet in diameter or a .20 offset. Our crews are covered and I have two left, if Plumb Bill wants one he can have it for the cost of mailing it for his help. Anyone else on the thread want one for the cost of mailing? Pays to comment on RPLStoday, as now you can get some free stuff!
Once you use the active, it is hard to go back ... OK, I will get them out in the next few days
I took one home this weekend to see if I could determine the signal with an oscilloscope (that was a dismal failure, I will get back too) and I took the chance to bang it on the table to see if the cushion was there. I thought they worked very well. As far as I know, the crews haven't knocked one over for a real test though. Nice and springy!
Every dropped or blown over prism setup I've encountered has found that one weak point to cause some break or dislodge some part that is integral to the tool.