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Boring Log Software

Boring Log Software

Boring Log Software

Hi, can anyone recommend a good software for preparing boring logs? We have been using AutoCad but some people are not familiar with it so trying to find a software... Thanks!

RE: Boring Log Software

Thanks. I checked with Geologismiki but unfortunately the boring logs cannot be exported to Autocad. I would like the boring logs to be exported to CAD so I can add them in the design drawings.

RE: Boring Log Software

There was a link to several others. No help there?

If the logs can be exported, maybe you can convert the files to ACadd.

RE: Boring Log Software

Geologismiki was my first option since I am using their CPT software... I will look at the others as well...

RE: Boring Log Software

Bentley Gint has been the standard for many years for borehole logs, now my company is transitioning to Bentley open ground. Honestly I envy the reports from the 1970's with handwritten logs with the right side showing grid paper on the side, it shows that there was thought put into the log and not having copy paste errors.

RE: Boring Log Software

Bentley GINT exports to ACAD.

If interested, they offer the perpetual license (1 lifetime payment) and the annual license.

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What Bentley open ground offers than GINT does not?. I just want to create boring logs and profiles. Is there any special advantage using Open ground?

RE: Boring Log Software

I am not a promoter of any of these softwares and cannot distinguish what features are offered from one to the other. There websites and manuals can offer more assistance.

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