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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

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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

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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

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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

Interview with Guy Waters, Aushang

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Interview with Guy Waters, Aushang

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 Guy Waters from Aushang about how Timbeter has benefited his business. You’re from Aushang. What does the company do? Aushang exports sawn plantation … Continued

Using Timbeter for Timber Trucks

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Using Timbeter for Timber Trucks

For timber truck drivers, measuring timber can be an inaccurate process, often a degree of guesswork is involved. With the advances in digitalization, now they can record accurate measurements with a simple photo. Timber is frequently measured on timber trucks transporting logs to numerous destinations. The team have received feedback from our partners that, from … Continued

How To Use Timbeter’s Powerful Storage Module

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How To Use Timbeter’s Powerful Storage Module

Timbeter is not merely measuring timber with a photo. Timbeter’s powerful storage module allows you to store and share your measurements with all parties. Timbeter offer several solutions for compiling reports or downloading your data in Excel. Depending on the operational specifics, your data need may vary. Hereby I`m introducing the different formats of data … Continued

Estonian State Forest Management Centre trucks will start using Timbeter

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Estonian State Forest Management Centre trucks will start using Timbeter

The Estonian State Forest Management Centre has begun using Timbeter’s smart-device application for measuring the pile density coefficient and log volume.   A representative from the Estonian State Forest Management Centre’s Rainer Laigu said “55% of our trucks carrying pulp-and fuelwood are measured via pile density, calculating the timber amount whilst removing the air and … Continued

7 Things You Should Know When First Using Timbeter

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7 Things You Should Know When First Using Timbeter

For many, measuring timber occurs outside of the office. For those first using Timbeter, this can lead to questions whether it will work outside. Read the 7 things you should know when first using Timbeter. Timber measurement typically occurs outside of office and therefore the team at Timbeter receive several questions regarding the apps working … Continued

Levinuimad Küsimused Puidumõõtmisel

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Levinuimad Küsimused Puidumõõtmisel

Puidumõõtmine on keeruline protsess. Erinevad mahu arvutamise valemid, koore teema ning ebasümmeetrilised notid on peamised tegurid, mis tekitavad mitmeid küsimusi mõõtmistäpsuse osas. Alljärgnevalt olen võtnud kokku peamised küsimused, mis tekivad Timbeteri esmakordsel kasutamisel. Oluline puidualane kommentaar veel: nott=palk (iga palk on nott, kuid iga nott palk ei ole).   #1 Koor Enamus riike kasutavad koore … Continued

6 Awesome Ways You Can Use Timbeter More Effectively

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6 Awesome Ways You Can Use Timbeter More Effectively

Timber measurement can be complicated. Different log scaling formulas, bark factor, misshapen logs are merely some of the key factors that raise questions concerning accuracy.  Recently I have been discussing with several of our highest users about using Timbeter more effectively. Below I have compiled some of their more popularly asked questions concerning using Timbeter … Continued