Training Syllabus

Xpress 2D Knowledge and Skills Goals

    1. Setup and leveling Leica laser—Stressing physical stability
    2. Turn on both toolbars in Measure Manager and establish Laser connection
    3. Settings for Automated Countertop
    4. Set X frame of reference
      1. X,X-Y for full backsplashes, shower walls, fireplaces, etc.
      2. X Axis repositioning for same-page additional room
    5. Countertop
      1. Collect data points in proper order (first OE, Clockwise)
      2. Collect data points in proper spacing (2-3 inches from corners; 2 pts OE; 3 or more pts W)
      3. Counter templating perimeter
      4. Using proxy surfaces and edge markers for data points
      5. Tips and Typical errors to avoid (watching point counter; 1-2 inches from surface edges; long counters w/cutouts, +)
    6. Dynamic editing exceptions to automated settings parameters
      1. Exception editing; notes
    7. CAD editing features
      1. Sinks/cooktops
      2. Stove/Fridge breaks
      3. Islands
      4. Columns
      5. Pass Throughs
      6. Seaming (tool and manual)
    8. Working with Splines, Arcs, Best fit features
    9. Countertop break and move
    10. File management
      1. saving as .ckd files
      2. exporting/importing .dxf files
    11. Using checklists
    12. Digital User Manual (Process Guides)
    13. Accessing training videos in desktop folder

Xpress 3D/CL Knowledge and Skills Goals

XPRESS GENERAL SETUP & USE

  1. Setup and leveling Leica laser—Stressing physical stability
  2. Turn on both toolbars in Measure Manager and establish Laser connection
  3. Xpress laser control
    a. Remote, spacebar, red circle-white triangle icon

COUNTERTOPS & BACKSPLASHES

  1. Settings for Automated Countertop
  2. Set X frame of reference
    a. X,X-Y for full backsplashes, shower walls, fireplaces, etc.
    b. X Axis repositioning for same-page additional room
  3. Countertop
    a. Collect data points in proper order (first OE, Clockwise)
    b. Collect data points in proper spacing (2-3 inches from corners; 2 pts OE; 3 or more pts W)
    c. Counter templating perimeter
    d. Using proxy surfaces and edge markers for data points
    e. Tips and Typical errors to avoid (watching point counter; 1-2 inches from surface edges; long counters w/cutouts, +)
  4. Dynamic editing exceptions to automated settings parameters
    a. Exception editing; notes
  5. CAD editing features
    a. Sinks/Cooktops
    b. Stove/Fridge breaks
    c. Islands
    d. Columns
    e. Pass Throughs
    f. Seaming (tool and manual)
  6. Working with Splines, Arcs, Best fit features
  7. Countertop break and move

3D ROOMS

  1. Setting the X axis frame of reference
  2. Setting the construction plane to the floor
  3. Creating perimeter
  4. Using the Z-depth tool for ceiling height
  5. Setting the Display View to Isometric View
  6. Extruding the floor to the ceiling to create 3D room representation
  7. Using the Construction Plane to add detail to wall, floor, and ceiling planes
  8. Using the appropriate Measure Manager tools to add details
  9. Add any 3D Details as necessary

STAIRS

  1. 3D Stairs
    a. Treads
    b. Using Digitize Plane to change planes
    c. Staircase Arcs and Splines
  2. 2D Stair Details
    a. Stringers – side views
    b. Treads – ceiling view
    c. Risers – front elevation

CABINET LAYOUT

  1. Setting the X axis frame of reference
  2. Setting the construction plane to the floor
  3. Creating perimeter, noting the starting wall and direction for the rest of the wall perimeters
  4. Using the Z-depth tool for ceiling height
  5. Setting the Display View to Isometric View
  6. Extruding the floor to the ceiling to create 3D room representation
  7. Using Cabinet Layout , Create tool
  8. Using Cabinet Layout, Select tool to change active wall for adding features
  9. Using Cabinet Layout, Features
    a. Doors
    b. Windows
    c. Switches
    d. Outlets
    e. Plumbing

FILES & AIDS

  1. File management
    a. saving as .ckd files
    b. exporting/importing .dxf files
    c. exporting CL files
  2. Using checklists
  3. Interactive User Manual (Process Guides)
  4. Accessing training videos in desktop folderOOMS

Pro 2D KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS GOALS

  1. Setup and leveling Leica laser—Stressing physical stability
  2. Turn on 3D Disto software
  3. Turn on both toolbars in Measure Manager and establish Laser connection
  4. PRO laser controls
    1. General pictorial process steps in 3D Disto software
    2. Camera and zoom
    3. Spacebar, red circle-white triangle icon
    4. Remote positioning/shooting
  5. Settings for Automated Countertop
  6. Set X frame of reference
    1. X,X-Y for full backsplashes, shower walls, fireplaces, etc. using horizontal line feature on PRO
    2. X Axis repositioning for same-page additional room
    3. 5 Point repositioning with PRO
  7. Countertop
    1. Collect data points in proper order (first OE, Clockwise)
    2. Collect data points in proper spacing (2-3 inches from corners; 2 pts OE; 3 or more pts W)
    3. Counter templating perimeter
    4. Using scan feature on PRO
    5. Using proxy surfaces and edge markers for data points
    6. Using offset tool; making your own (longer) offset tool
    7. Tips and Typical errors to avoid (watching point counter; 1-2 inches from surface edges; long counters w/cutouts, +)
  8. Dynamic editing exceptions to automated settings parameters
    1. Exception editing; notes
  9. CAD editing features
    1. Sinks/cooktops
    2. Stove/Fridge breaks
    3. Islands
    4. Columns
    5. Pass Throughs
    6. Seaming (tool and manual)
  10. Working with Splines, Arcs, Best fit features
  11. Countertop break and move
  12. File management
    1. saving as .ckd files
    2. exporting/importing .dxf files
  13. Using checklists
  14. Accessing training videos in desktop folder

ELaser PRO 3D Knowledge and Skill Goals

PRO GENERAL SETUP & USE:

  1. Setup and leveling Leica laser—Stressing physical stability
  2. Turn on 3D Disto software
  3. Turn on both toolbars in Measure Manager and establish Laser connection
  4. PRO laser controls
    1. General pictorial process steps in 3D Disto software
    2. Camera and zoom
    3. Spacebar, red circle-white triangle icon
    4. Remote positioning/shooting

COUNTERTOPS & BACKSPLASHES

  1. Settings for Automated Countertop
  2. Set X frame of reference
    1. X,X-Y for full backsplashes, shower walls, fireplaces, etc. using horizontal line feature on PRO
    2. X Axis repositioning for same-page additional room
    3. 5 Point repositioning with PRO
  3. Countertop
    1. Collect data points in proper order (first OE, Clockwise)
    2. Collect data points in proper spacing (2-3 inches from corners; 2 pts OE; 3 or more pts W)
    3. Counter templating perimeter
    4. Using scan feature on PRO
    5. Using proxy surfaces and edge markers for data points
    6. Corbels and bumpouts
    7. Using offset tool; making your own (longer) offset tool
    8. Tips and Typical errors to avoid (watching point counter; 1-2 inches from surface edges; long counters w/cutouts, +)
  4. Dynamic editing exceptions to automated settings parameters
    1. Exception editing; notes
  5. CAD editing features
    1. Sinks/cooktops
    2. Stove/Fridge breaks
    3. Islands
    4. Columns
    5. Pass Throughs
    6. Seaming (tool and manual)
  6. Working with Splines, Arcs, Best fit features
  7. Countertop break and move

3D Rooms

  1. Setting the X axis frame of reference
  2. Setting the construction plane to the floor
  3. Creating perimeter
  4. Using the Z-depth tool for ceiling height
  5. Setting the Display View to Isometric View
  6. Extruding the floor to the ceiling to create 3D room representation
  7. Using the Construction Plane to add detail to wall, floor, and ceiling planes
  8. Using the appropriate Measure Manager tools to add details
  9. Add any 3D Details as necessary

STAIRS

  1. 3D Stairs
    1. Treads
    2. Using Digitize Plane to change planes
    3. Using the Offset tool
    4. Staircase Arcs and Splines
  2. 2D Stair Details
    1. Stringers – side views
    2. Treads – ceiling view
    3. Risers – front elevation

FILES & AIDS

  1. File management
    1. saving as .ckd files
    2. exporting/importing .dxf files
    3. exporting CL files
  2. Using checklists
  3. Interactive User Manual (Process Guides)
  4. Accessing training videos in desktop folder

Training Objectives ELaser PRO 3D

PRO GENERAL SETUP & USE:

  1. Setup and leveling Leica laser—Stressing physical stability
  2. Turn on 3D Disto software
  3. Turn on both toolbars in Measure Manager and establish Laser connection
  4. PRO laser controls
    1. General pictorial process steps in 3D Disto software
    2. Camera and zoom
    3. Spacebar, red circle-white triangle icon
    4. Remote positioning/shooting

COUNTERTOPS & BACKSPLASHES

  1. Settings for Automated Countertop
  2. Set X frame of reference
    1. X,X-Y for full backsplashes, shower walls, fireplaces, etc. using horizontal line feature on PRO
    2. X Axis repositioning for same-page additional room
    3. 5 Point repositioning with PRO
  3. Countertop
    1. Collect data points in proper order (first OE, Clockwise)
    2. Collect data points in proper spacing (2-3 inches from corners; 2 pts OE; 3 or more pts W)
    3. Counter templating perimeter
    4. Using scan feature on PRO
    5. Using proxy surfaces and edge markers for data points
    6. Corbels and bumpouts
    7. Using offset tool; making your own (longer) offset tool
    8. Tips and Typical errors to avoid (watching point counter; 1-2 inches from surface edges; long counters w/cutouts, +)
  4. Dynamic editing exceptions to automated settings parameters
    1. Exception editing; notes
  5. CAD editing features
    1. Sinks/cooktops
    2. Stove/Fridge breaks
    3. Islands
    4. Columns
    5. Pass Throughs
    6. Seaming (tool and manual)
  6. Working with Splines, Arcs, Best fit features
  7. Countertop break and move

3D ROOMS

  1. Setting the X axis frame of reference
  2. Setting the construction plane to the floor
  3. Creating perimeter
  4. Using the Z-depth tool for ceiling height
  5. Setting the Display View to Isometric View
  6. Extruding the floor to the ceiling to create 3D room representation
  7. Using the Construction Plane to add detail to wall, floor, and ceiling planes
  8. Using the appropriate Measure Manager tools to add details
  9. Add any 3D Details as necessary

STAIRS

  1. 3D Stairs
    1. Treads
    2. Using Digitize Plane to change planes
    3. Using the Offset tool
    4. Staircase Arcs and Splines
  2. 2D Stair Details
    1. Stringers – side views
    2. Treads – ceiling view
    3. Risers – front elevation

CABINET LAYOUT

  1. Setting the X axis frame of reference
  2. Setting the construction plane to the floor
  3. Creating perimeter, noting the starting wall and direction for the rest of the wall perimeters
  4. Using the Z-depth tool for ceiling height
  5. Setting the Display View to Isometric View
  6. Extruding the floor to the ceiling to create 3D room representation
  7. Using Cabinet Layout , Create tool
  8. Using Cabinet Layout, Select tool to change active wall for adding features
  9. Using Cabinet Layout, Features
    1. Doors
    2. Windows
    3. Switches
    4. Outlets
    5. Plumbing

FILES and AIDS

  1. File management
    1. saving as .ckd files
    2. exporting/importing .dxf files
    3. exporting CL files
  2. Using checklists
  3. Interactive User Manual (Process Guides)
  4. Accessing training videos in desktop folder