Unfortunately, I'm not good at catching my own errors. Fortunately, Michael Taylor is, and going through the process now, proofing. I'll no doubt have another version of the workbook in a few days. Soon we'll be able to reduce the EBM process to a few easy to follow rules and the spreadsheet to do all the calculations.
Michael believes that if we have the right equipment, EBM can out perform the Impulse Laser 200LR. That's saying a lot. However, Michael excels at designing inexpensive equipment that out performs the big stuff. So far he has a pretty good track record, and that offers hope. There's not much chance that many people will be able to afford a TruPulse 360. Using that instrument on a tripod, I can get accuracy to 0.1 degrees for angle measure. However, using an instrument Michael sent me, I can get accuracy to at least 1/60th of a degree, and with some statistics, close to 1/100th of a degree. Now, that is accuracy.
Robert T. Leverett
Co-founder and Executive Director
Native Native Tree Society
Co-founder and President
Friends of Mohawk Trail State Forest