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Product Snapshot: Stringless Curb Placement and Compact GNSS Receiver

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The Power Curber 5700-C uses a combination of GPS and 3D imaging to control the machine, eliminating the need for a string line. (Previously, the string line provided a visual check on the placement of the curb or gutter.) The Power Curber 5700-C's MOBA digital control unit employs an open architecture, allowing it to interact with 3D and GPS controls from multiple device makers, including Topcon Positioning Systems and Leica Geosystems. Power Curbers Inc.; 704-636-5871; www.powercurbers.com
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This week we look at a curb-pouring machine from Power Curbers that does not need a stringline and a handheld GNSS receiver from Topcon that needs no cables. Click to begin the slide show.

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