After exporting a .DXF file (CAD file) from Moasure, you can import the file directly into the viewer via your web browser.
The following video showcases the different ways you can measure up distances and area using this tool
We run a lawn fertilizing and weed control business. We base our application fees according to the square feet of each lawn. We thought we had an accurate way to do this by measuring them online using gps or a measuring wheel. The problem we had was that the majority of our lawns have many curves. This makes it very difficult to be accurate using a measuring wheel or gps within our software system. If we are not accurate it makes it difficult to be competitive with our pricing and for calculating product usage. I felt this was an issue with our business and decided to invest in Moasure and what a difference it made! I began measuring lawns and instantly found out that we were off in all of our lawn measurements. So if you are looking for true accuaracy invest in a Moasure.
We are a small landscape company in Southern California and busy as can be. Quoting 6 months lead time. Praise God! I as the owner/sales/chief bottle washer am always looking for ways to save time. This tool helps a great deal with measuring weird shapes and then being able to use them in my hand drawn sketches. Very cool - very productive - very accurate - with great support. Buy one, you will wonder how you ever did without it. I purchased the pole - makes it a lot easier.
We purchased the Moasure after seeing the advertisement on social media. We as a company had been exploring an option to digitally measure both pre and post production. We needed a method that could be shared in a file with our customers to quantify our measurements for invoicing. The Moasure has worked out very well so far, providing very accurate measurements, easy use, and data that our clients are satisfied with to justify invoiced quantities.
I have my mosure for about a month and I use it almost everyday when estimating jobs. I would highly recommend this for anyone in construction.
The device is as simple as it is brilliant. The absence of buttons makes it easy to operate. Once the Bluetooth connection has been made, you're good to go. Lots of short video's teach you to measure. That's great. My only suggestion is a video for explaining which options in the app to use for which type of measurement. Free export of files is also a major plus!
I have to admit there is a learning curve that some people might not be comfortable with, but with patience, the Moasure device is very accurate and dependable.
I used it to verify the finished grade for an RV site - spot on! Then I used it to calculate a gravel estimate for 400 ft of driveway. Again, perfect results.
I'm currently using it to plan and develop permit drawings for a building site. Using the "layers" function is a bit of a challenge, but it has allowed me to establish locations and dimensions of the existing structures and features of the site and export the data into a CAD program.
Bottom line: The Moasure device is a great purchase for any large property owner. It has saved me time and money with the DYI projects on my acreage.
I have been using my Moasure for about a month now and I couldn't be happier. I use it mainly to do existing conditions measurements for buildings but have done some site take-offs as well. Export to CAD works great. It all takes some getting used to but it's worth it. Great Tool, thanks Moasure.
I bought Moasure One hoping to map out a backyard plot for a swimming pool I am designing. I did the tutorial and started trying to use it with very little success. I was sure it was user-error/ignorance, so I took the time to watch the online videos and explore the in-app help features. I typically enjoy printed collateral for learning. But, after watching the online videos and exploring the in-app help features, I realize the only thing needed improvement my expectations of how to learn. In just one afternoon, I finished Moasuring the yard and basic pool layout. Then, I went to another project and, using the Wall feature, Moasured the floorplan of a remodel project, imported the file to the design software I use, then mapped the best layout for the large-format porcelain tile we are installing. I know from past experience this tool really paid for itself in one afternoon.
This is amazing device,that replaces all measuring tools and it is helping to fulfill the most complicated tasks on the job field.
I use it mostly as the elevation tool..
I am impressed with the speed and accuracy of Moasure. I used it on my first day to calculate the amount of gravel my neighbor would need to zero scape his front yard. We were both impressed with the accuracy of it. Here’s a picture of the finished product.
Not a lot of technologie accessible in Nunavik like KuuJuuaq the school board of Kativik doesn't have a lot of original plan. So with your product i can easely take the sape, elevation and size for each school playground out there, very help full
This thing works great, totally as advertised! Good investment.
This tool is really powerful and accurate which is extremely important for our line of busienss
I love this thing. I do landscaping as a side in the summer, and snow removal in the winter. I walk out the area to be shaped, put the points into CAD, then determine how much material needs to be moved, removed, trucked in etc. I am using that data to quantify my quoting process, and can figure out exactly how fast I can move dirt around with each machine. I haven't done enough jobs using it to get enough data yet, but it's already helping with the quoting process. I plan to use it in the winter too to help quote snow removal jobs.
While workinhg on a civil project I had need to transfer a bench mark level quite a distance with over 6 meters in elevation change. Instead of considerable time and shifts using a lazer level I thought I would try the Measure. I set point 1 at the bench mark and point 2 to a offset peg at the start of the 475mm FRC pipe run. I them calculated the excavation depth and used the moasure by setting point one at the transferred level and the excavation depth.