Parametrically creates a radial type grid useful for drafting needs that require precise angular grids.
Creates offset polylines using either the existing width, a user specified new constant width for the offset polylines or a new width to sequentially increase by increment.
Adds a vertex to polyline segment(s) and snaps it to a specific degree angle, to one of: 10, 12, 15, 30, 45, 60 or 90 degrees
Measures the parallel length between segments that are parallel on two selected polylines.
Offers those ‘fickle’ users a choice to either explode polyline entities into Lines and Arcs or change Lines and Arcs into Polylines/Polyarcs
Vectorizes an Autodesk® AutoCAD® Ellipse object by adding custom segment lengths.
Converts Donut objects into Circle Objects.
Labels the first segment length of selected polylines(s) from the ‘start point’ to the first vertex.
Places the Length of selected polyline segments, next to the segment as text with user-defined Height, Angle and offset
Converts Autodesk® AutoCAD® Circle Objects to Donut shapes with several options including center point, inscribe or circumscribe, zero internal diameter (filled donut), custom donut width and circles
3 Function App to create multiple layer groups to turn on one group/Batch and turn off others
Converts Arc, Polyarcs and Circle objects to a vectorized object.
Draws an ARC object, based on a user-defined radius, tangent to any-angle line.
Adds a Point, Center Line or Cross mark to Closed Polygons or Circles by locating the exact center of the shape when picked.
Add curved sections to a straight segment of a polyline to increase its length to a user-input value
Checks for and identifies closed polylines with outward or inward facing acute angles (less than 90°) and draws pointers
Adds an accordion tuning section of specified height and width to any straight polyline segment.
File translator that scans and read a GDSII stream file into Autodesk® AutoCAD®.
Synchronises specific layer properties of xref-dependent layers
Locks selected entities linetype scale, allowing the linetype to be drawn at a 1:1 scale in either modelspace, paperspace or floating viewports