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I had an issue yesterday Scanning a three level townhouse. The lower level could only be accessed from the outside and had no internal access to the main floor. The lower level was used by the owner has a rental.

After scanning the lower level, I moved onto the main floor but was not able to get any scans to connect to the lower level since their was no internal access such as stairs going up to main level from inside the lower level.

In the end I had to create two different models. One for the lower level (rental) and another for the top two floors.

Anyone ever had this issue? Were you able to find a work around?

Thanks,

Robert
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Yes, if you cannot continue scanning from one level thru to the next level you will have to create two models. We were able to do exterior scans to connect both models, making just one model.

Ron
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It's past time for a way to connect scans manually. Usually my problem is a garage with a second floor apartment. Certainly the software can tell if the GPS coordinates are there.
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Originally Posted by mallir
I had an issue yesterday Scanning a three level townhouse. The lower level could only be accessed from the outside and had no internal access to the main floor. The lower level was used by the owner has a rental.

After scanning the lower level, I moved onto the main floor but was not able to get any scans to connect to the lower level since their was no internal access such as stairs going up to main level from inside the lower level.

In the end I had to create two different models. One for the lower level (rental) and another for the top two floors.

Anyone ever had this issue? Were you able to find a work around?

Thanks,

Robert


Only way I know would be to scan an exterior pathway leading from the one area to the other... You wouldn't be able to do it in direct sunlight though.
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