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JAS Scale Measurements: An Introduction

JAS Scale Measurements: An Introduction

There are many different log calculation formulae around the world, and one of most widely used is JAS (Japanese Agricultural...
How to manage users in Timbeter’s storage module

How to manage users in Timbeter’s storage module

Previously, we have spoken about customizing tree species, wood qualities and reasons of the defect according to your company’s requirements...
Cord measurement: what is it and how do you measure it?

Cord measurement: what is it and how do you measure it?

It’s not uncommon to hear: is cord a type of firewood? As a well-established term, first used at the beginning...
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How to Edit your Data in the Storage Module

Timbeter provides, in addition to accurate and quick measurement, the possibility to manage all the measurements data in the cloud....
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Trial period with Timbeter: how to get the best results?

“Go to the forest,” we say. The ultimate way to understand and find out what’s the best use for Timbeter...
How Timbeter panorama works

How Timbeter panorama works

Many Timbeter users run into a situation where they need to measure a pile, but it does not fit into...
Rounding rules and accurate results with Timbeter

Rounding rules and accurate results with Timbeter

We have already introduced our measuring formulas and presented our unique solution to prospects and clients on our blog. Whenever...
How you can customize Timbeter according your company’s needs

How you can customize Timbeter according your company’s needs

Sometimes we receive questions from our users including: if we accept only the diameters from 15-45 cm, can instantly see...
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Introducing: Stere Measurement

According to Britannica, stere is: “[...] metric unit of volume equal to one cubic metre, or 1,000 litres. The stere...