I don't think that any of the truck scales will be able to do a 4 corner weigh. but a total and by axle is a starting point.
I've done it a number of times.
The CAT scales I've been to all have three weighing slabs, which for a semi will weigh the front axle of the tractor, the pair of rear duals on a tractor, and the trailer duals. It also has a riser box next to where the drivers cab window would be, which effectively forces you to be centered on the weighing slabs when you reach that point on the first weighing slab.
Do not use the first weighing slab, just use the rear two. I drive up with one set of my tires centered (side to side) on the slab and the other tires off to the side. I pull forward until my wheels are fairly centered (front to back) in the the last two weighing slabs. Get out and walk forward and reach up and ring the call box to tell them to weigh. Then pull thru, drive around, and do the same thing on the other side and ask for a reweigh. $12 bucks total. Add your weight to the DS front when doing tire pressure calcs, or have spouse sit in drivers seat during the weighing if you want.
The first location I ever got weighed there was only side space on one side, so just did the reweighing going the opposite direction.
The hardest part of this is reaching up to hit the call box button.
If you have a tag, it would take more passes. I've also done a normal centered axle weigh as a cross check.