POWERJOIN – Automatic Polyline Find and JoinWin64, English
General Usage Instructions
Some functions will PROMPT for selection and will require picking objects. Some prompts will need objects picked and then press <Enter> to finish selecting. Use F1 when hovering over Ribbon Bar Icon for detailed Help.
1. Join Polylines Automatically - Joins adjacent polyline, line and arc segments to create or convert selected line objects into closed polyline objects all at once hence eliminates multiple tasks.
2. Checks Polyline Closure - Checks to see if the beginning of a Polyline is at the same point as the end of the line.
3. Trims Extended Objects - Trims objects that extend beyond an intersection with the option to join the trimmed lines.
4. Trims and Joins selected lines - Trims objects that extend beyond an intersection with the option to join or not to join automatically when trimmed.
5. Joins Multiple Polyline Endpoints - Joins a group of polylines if the last segment is parallel and the number of polylines to be joined are the same number.
6. Auto Link - Connects opened polyline groups together in order of fence selection to create a closed boundary. Polyline group endpoints will need to be in proximity to endpoints of other opened groups. See illustration below.
7. Joins Broken Tapered Polyline(s) - Polylines that were drawn with tapers that may need to be "continued" at a taper.
8. Closes Opened Polygon(s) - Closes open polygons with arcs or straight segments.
9. Trims Lines and Polylines in/out Polygon(s) - Trims lines and polylines using a closed 0-width polygon as the "Cut" boundary.
Joins and cleans-up polylines and line entities to create closed boundaries and to close gaps not seen visibly.
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If the 'Final Tolerance' value is set too high over the 'Initial Tolerance' or more than 20 iterations, the program may continuously run and a progress bar will appear in the lower corner many times.
When using and only able to pick 1 line, then use the PICKADD command and set variable to 1.
Enter new value for PICKADD <0>: 1
|Compatible with 2024 Displays F1 Help properly
|Compatible with Autodesk® AutoCAD® 2018-2023