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EziPile is integrated into our Ezicad CAD product. The product is dwg compatible with all major CAD systems.

EziPile can dramatically improve the productivity and efficiency of those involved in the monitoring of Piling operations.

After consultation with a number of practioners to determine current methods, Ezipile was designed and implemented in such a way as to computerize the best aspects of the manual process , and automate as much of the process as possible.

Don't put up with days of tedious calculation followed up by even more days of tedious drafting any longer.

Grid Calculation

Piles are usually layed out on one or more grids, and the basis of improving efficiency is to ensure that you can duplicate any grid layouts with a minimum of effort.

Ezipile incorporates routines to allow you to set up your underlying grids to match those on the design plan.

To allow for all possible manner of creative design, you can have different "grid sets" within a particular job.

Each of these grid sets allows you to specify a unique point of origin for each grid axis.

You can also define the bearing for each axis, and the axes do not need to be perpendicular to each other.

The grid spacing and headings are completely user definable via a simple spreadsheet that is filled in.

Define Pile Symbol

Piling symbols used are simply DWG blocks. They can be stored on the hard drive as seperate DWG drawings. The insert point is assumed to be the 0,0 point and the actual piles are taken as any circles in symbole definition or any cross's. The Pile symbol only needs to be defined once and can be used in all subsequent jobs.

Symbols can be defined directly in Ezicad/EziPile or any other CAD editor.

Define Pile Location.

Select the Piling symbol to insert and they can be easily snapped to any of the grid intersection points. Symbols can also be inserted and and particular rotation.

Displacement Symbol

The displacement symbol generally consists of one or more arrows that indicate the displacement of the field pile from it's design position.

You may choose from a pair of arrows indicating 'X' and 'Y' displacement, or a single arrow showing the direction of the displacement.

In either case, you can have the value of the displacement displayed along the arrows, either in millimeters, metres or imperial units.

Alternatively, the arrows can be scaled to represent the magnitude of the displacement, and the actual values can be read from the Displacement Report.

Calculate Displacement

In order to calculate the displacements, you need to specify which range of points you have used to identify the design points, and which range is used for the surveyed location of the piles as placed.

EziPile will automatically search for and report on any surveyed point that falls within a defined radius of each design location. There is no need for special point numbering or matching.

Once the displacements have been calculated the specified symbols can be displayed on the screen for checking, and the final plan can then be printed directly from Ezipile. Alternatively the dwg can be viewed, printed or plotted in any other DWG program.

Piling Report

Ezipile will produce a report that shows the actual displayments of all surveyed points from there design location.

The report also shows the amount or amounts out of tolerance for all points that have exceeded the specified tolerance.