The Borehole Manager is a relational database used to store surface and subsurface information. It is used to create striplogs, cross-section, contour maps, 3D block models and more. Borehole Manager features are included in RockWorks Standard and Advanced
Contour maps, block models, stereonets, rose diagrams, Piper and Stiff diagrams, coordinate conversion, geosteering, and more. RockWorks Utilities tools are included in RockWorks Basic, Standard, and Advanced
The EarthApps are a collection of tools which read spatial data from the RockWorks datasheet and create a variety of maps and flyovers for display in Google™ Earth. The EarthApps are available in RockWorks Basic.
Almost all of the applications within RockWorks may be accessed, without displaying RockWorks menus, by placing special commands within an ASCII text file. Note that it addition to running applications via an RCL script, it is also possible to display the RockWorks sub-menus.
Use these links to download an older installation program for RockWorks, should your maintenance have expired. Choose the version equal to or older than the month of the expiration date of your maintenance.
NOTE: You can install an older build right over the top of the newer one without uninstalling first. That way you won't lose any existing licensing.
Basic: RockWorks Utilities, Striplogs and Log Sections - $1,500
Standard: Borehole Modeling - $3,000
Advanced: SQL Server, 3D faulting, and Scripting/Automation - $5,000
Licensing Options RockWorks is offered with academic and multiple-seat discounts. Single, network, and classroom licenses are available.
A single license comes with 30 minutes of phone support for six months from date of purchase. After 30 minutes or 6 months, additional phone support can be purchased for $120/hr. Email support is available at no charge. See our pricing page and support policy for details.