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New Functionality, More Automation; Simpler, Quicker Timbeter

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New Functionality, More Automation; Simpler, Quicker Timbeter

Following clients requests we developed a new functionality for the automatic pile contour. This new functionality avoids any possible mistakes from the user side and makes the measurement with Timbeter even simpler and quicker. Awesome news! Pile measurement is now so much simpler! Following clients requests we developed a new functionality for the automatic pile … Continued

New Loading Feature Has Made Timbeter Even More “Timber-tastic”

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New Loading Feature Has Made Timbeter Even More “Timber-tastic”

Some good news to everyone who measures timber using Timbeter! Only this week the magicians in our engineering team released a brand spanking new feature that helps users load a certain amount of cubic meters from the pile, by determining exactly the amount of logs that need to be loaded.  The goal is to optimize … Continued

Is there any other commodity sold with a unit of measure with this much variability?

Log Measuring

Is there any other commodity sold with a unit of measure with this much variability?

For the second year in a row, Timbeter was asked to participate at the Timber Measurement Society meeting to learn and discuss the latest trends in timber measurement. The Timber Measurement Society consists of timber measurement professionals and those with an interest in timber measurement from across the world. One of the controversial questions addressed … Continued

“We Were Amazed How Quick And Precise The Solution Was”

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“We Were Amazed How Quick And Precise The Solution Was”

The team at Timbeter have been catching up with several market leaders within the timber industry who have switched to using Timbeter to measure logs and timber. CEO Vallo Visnapuu spoke to Vladimir Jankovic form Visa-prom d.o.o.  about how Timbeter has benefited their business. You’re from Visa-prom. What does the company do? We’re manufacturers of wooden … Continued

“Instagram For Trees” – New Feature Launch

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“Instagram For Trees” – New Feature Launch

Timbeter has launched a new feature that integrates with Instagram. Now you can make your timber and tree pictures even more beautiful by adding filters and emoji’s! Following on from our pitch in London in front of the Duke of York, the host Mike Butcher described Timbeter as the “Instagram for Trees.” So the team responded to this … Continued

Timbeter launches new application for log counting and volume estimation of timber in containers

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Timbeter launches new application for log counting and volume estimation of timber in containers

Timbeter’s engineering team has been working on a special solution for logs that are exported in containers to Asia. Today we launched a separate application called Timbeter Container to make life easier for those exporting timber in containers.  Timbeter Container solves numerous industry concerns: first –  the counting and measurement of logs during the loading … Continued

Timber Measurement – How To Get Started With Timbeter

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Timber Measurement – How To Get Started With Timbeter

I’ve put together an easy to read picture guide on how to get started with using Timbeter. Timber measurement is now easier and faster increasing your cost efficiency and streamlining your workflow. This information is also available to download as a PDF. And that’s all there is to it for your timber measurement with Timbeter. … Continued

Interview with Kuldar Kollom, Export Manager of Dammix

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Interview with Kuldar Kollom, Export Manager of Dammix

The team at Timbeter have been catching up with several market leaders within the timber industry who have switched to using Timbeter to measure logs and timber. CEO Vallo Visnapuu spoke to Kuldar Kollom from Dammix about how Timbeter has benefitted their business. You’re from Dammix. What does the company do? Dammix AS was founded in … Continued

Popular Timber Measurement Formulas

Log Measuring

Popular Timber Measurement Formulas

There are a variety of log scaling methods around the world. However, there is a vast variability between each region, making transparent communication difficult. Describing each method and its parameters are vital for enabling clear and transparent measurement between all partners, and thus eradicating any attempts at fraud. Typically, each method utilizes length and diameter … Continued

Timber Apps – Why You Should Be Digitally Measuring Timber in 2017

Log Measuring

Timber Apps – Why You Should Be Digitally Measuring Timber in 2017

Timber apps, there are not many around yet they are growing in popularity due to market demands for transparency. 2017 will be the year when you should be digitally measuring timber. The timber and forestry industries are changing. Yes, the demand for timber is still high and the need for paper based products shows no … Continued

Common Problems with Pulpwood Measurement

Log Measuring

Common Problems with Pulpwood Measurement

The differences in measuring pulpwood can lead to several disputes amongst parties. Disagreements arise due to subjective measurements made by manual eye vision. There is a more accurate way to measure pulpwood. Pulp-and fuelwood measurements are usually done by visual observation with the help of pile density coefficient (also called the filling factor). Pile density coefficient … Continued

Timbeter in 2016: The Year in Numbers

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Timbeter in 2016: The Year in Numbers

It has been another incredible year here at Timbeter. We have been to 7 different countries, pitching and winning at numerous events, launched globally and our user base continues to grow. So at this year’s end I wanted to share with you our year in numbers and how we are going to build on that … Continued