Spatial Manager™ for Autodesk® AutoCAD® is a powerful AutoCAD plug-in designed for AutoCAD users who need to import, export and manage spatial data in a simple, fast and inexpensive way.
The App is a very convenient way to bring back frozen, locked and other layers to active Mode (ON).
Connects Autodesk® AutoCAD® with Google Earth and the Real World.
JTB Spot Elevation is an app to insert surveying Spot Elevation blocks and manage them on an Edit Properties spreadsheet.
Converts hundreds of international and historical physical units
This plug-in allows you to insert scannable Quick Response (QR) Codes into Autodesk® AutoCAD® drawings.
Creates direction pattern for steep slopes.
CADtoWIN extends the Microsoft SharePoint functionality inside of Autodesk® AutoCAD®.
Imports points and geometry from Excel, CSV, TXT, Google Earth, CAD/ZEM formats.
Exports points to Excel, CSV, TXT, Google Earth, Plaxis M-Geo.
Small and powerful application for the drawing of a conditional designation of a slopes used in the drawing (previous name - AlxdDike).
Import & export objects between Google Earth™ and Autodesk® AutoCAD®
Replace 2D and 3D arcs with segmented polylines consisting of no bulges...only straight line segments. Replace one at a time or several at once. Choose from several path and slicing options.
Inserting and Editing RasterImage is simpler than ever!
Utility for moving, aligning and copying text.
Arrange vertical/horizontal viewports within seconds.
Quickly counts and exports information to a Table or Clipboard
Synchronously view and compare multiple drawing document or multiple model viewports side by side.
This app helps you save a lot of time to select objects by quickly making filter and quickly selecting similar objects based on sample entities.
Display internal version of DWG files - the source Autodesk® AutoCAD® release, build number and language.
Universal tool for calculating total lengths and total areas of polylines
Draws lines on Autodesk® AutoCAD® using Relative to last segment the Relative Polar angle NOT 180 degrees. With this command the Relative Polar is set to 0 (zero).