Powerful spreadsheet app to batch edit attributes of blocks across multiple drawings.
BLi (Block Line Insertion): This tool will insert blocks in interval distances on the selected items.
“JSON Exporter For Autodesk® AutoCAD®” exports the model to a JSON (.json) file.
The MEPcontent Browser gives access to MEPcontent.com, the largest BIM library, directly from your project! Uniform content of high quality for MEP engineers, contractors, and designers.
App to quickly copy a rectangular window of selected objects out from your drawing, and trim everything outside the window's edges. The result can be copied to the current drawing or to the clipboard.
Multi-Batch can automate Autodesk® AutoCAD® and Autodesk® AutoCAD LT® to save you time and money, helping you meet your deadlines, example: batch Plot, batch Purge, batch change attributes etc.
Put in consecutively numbered balloons.
UsE is full electrical drawing program for Autodesk® AutoCAD®. Connect everything to make the drawing 1 big electrical system.
JTB XClipClean is an Xclip-cutter app for Autodesk® AutoCAD® to clean up xrefs or blocks that have been clipped so that the information that is outside the clip is removed.
Automatic polyline layout and routing for a selection of blocks and intersecting polylines, arcs, splines, and lines.
Draws automatically trimmed and filleted polylines and splines between blocks.
This utility automatically aligns the locations of selected entities.
Zero Level Pro plugin for Autodesk® AutoCAD® is designed to benefit users for calculating the vertical sections levels in all engineering fields to save time and effort and give more accuracy.
Create shortcuts/bookmark to the xref files and set the properties of xref, so that later these xref's can be attached easily.
SDUCT allows you to create double line HVAC ductwork in Autodesk® AutoCAD®.
ModPlus is a modular software that is an addition to CAD software, such as Autodesk® AutoCAD®, Autodesk® Revit®, etc.
In-Place is an Autodesk® AutoCAD® plug-in that helps you to rotate and scale drawing objects altogether relative to their own center points as base points.