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Pulpwood measurement methods explained

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Pulpwood measurement methods explained

Hereby I will explain the problematics related to pulp-and fuelwood measurement. Timbeter has developed new functionality for automatic coefficient assessment to measure the volume of pulp-and fuelwood. Hopefully this will make timber measurement less stressful to all as it is reliable and affordable. Different assortments of roundwood are measured by different ways. Saw logs are … Continued

How to calculate the volume of timber?

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How to calculate the volume of timber?

here are a wide variety of log scaling methods around the world. Most of them utilize length and diameter information to determine volume in cubic units. Many log-scaling methods require small-end diameter measurement  while others require diameters at both ends of the log. Timbeter currently has the following formulas for volume calculation that use small-end … Continued

What’s up and what’s next?

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What’s up and what’s next?

Good news! Advanced timber measurement functionality finally released. Now Timbeter can measure piles 10 times faster! Summer has been busy. In July we released our new functions: log counting and log diameter recognition. Now Timbeter can measure piles 10 times quicker: it used to take 2 guys and 20 minutes, now the measurement can be … Continued

Andrei Beniušis story: Thanks to Timbeter I can sleep peacefully during the night.

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Andrei Beniušis story: Thanks to Timbeter I can sleep peacefully during the night.

Andrei has been using Timbeter for 2 months. He has more than 10 years of experience in the field of timber measurement and can be called an “eagle-eye”. Here are his comments. For many years our company bought logs by using the pile density ratio. The reason was that we didn’t have the time and … Continued