Two forms for stake out a Line on Tersus NUWA App
Choose the way that suits you best
(1) First Form
After creating a line to be staked out, stake out to the stakes on the line or the offset line according to the entered stakeout interval.
Click [Line] -> [Staking Line] to enter the staking line library. Click [Add], and we use two points to determine a line. Enter the Start Mileage, turn on Point On-Line Staking, enter Stakeout Interval and Offset shown as below.
Start Mileage defines the mileage given to the line's starting point to determine the mileage value of other stakes on this line. Interval is used to determine how much distance to stake out a stake. For example, a stake is staked every 10m here; hence a line has a total length of 140.45m and 16 stakes. Offset is the offset of the stake from the line. Of course, the offset can be zero. When the offset is 1, we consider that the stake is 1m to the right of the line forward direction.
Select this line for line stakeout. The first point is the stake point 1m to the right of the starting point. The second point is the stake point of 1m to the right of 10m on the line, and so on.
Using the up arrow and down arrow buttons, you can manually select the stakes to stake out. After stakeout points are collected, the software defaults the point name to the linename_stake mileage; for example, the stake point at 10m on the line is StakeLine0_K0+10.
(2) Second Form
After creating a line to be staked, stake out to the vertical point on the line. The definition of the vertical point is: draw a vertical line to the line to be staked out, passing the current position, and the point where the vertical line intersects with the line to be staked out is the vertical point.
Obviously, as the current position changes, the vertical point will also move. This line staking method expresses that if you start from the current position, you can reach the position on the line to be staked as soon as possible.