Creates multiple-types of 3D screw and/or fastener hardware with a variety of head types in Metric units
Creates multiple-types of 3D screw and/or fastener hardware with a variety of head types in Imperial units.
Uses existing text in a DWG file or Entered text and then allows placement and position along the curve at any angle to the object.
Creates a 2D or 3D spring object from user-input; Height, Pitch, Diameter and number of Coils
Converts opened or closed SPLINE objects into a vectored shape based on user-defined segment to segment distance
Moves entities to the closest intersection of a user defined grid
Converts polylines that have a width to outlines (closed 0 width polygons) with the option for RCONT or SCOMP ends or WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)
Searches the minimum distance in a design, finds design errors, and will flag on-screen plus list the minimum distance value and X/Y coordinates
Checks the location of vertices of unblocked and blocked polylines, either globally or by-layer and marks them with a user configurable cross.
Display the degree angle of selected LINE or POLYLINE entities in either Decimal or Minute values based on a selected ‘base line’
Contains 6 (six) functions specifically for Autodesk® AutoCAD® Circle objects.
Allows placing block(s) or duplicates of a single block, upon a selected curved or straight object plus allows the user to slide these along the curve / edge
Enables drawing of multiple wires which are either straight or parallel curved.
Captures the current view including zoom factor, 3D view angle, which layers are on or off and Fill Mode On/off for later retrieval.
Trim lines or polylines internally or externally, using a closed boundary as the edge
Adjust the length of parallel polylines with user-input of new length to reduce or further stretch the selected segments
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.
Allows users to easily arrange current layers in any desired order with a couple of picks
Merge two existing layers into one layer and/or move existing layers into a new custom layer
Create and name multiple layer groups and to turn on one such group/Batch and turn off others.
Offers those ‘fickle’ users a choice to either explode polyline entities into Lines and Arcs or change Lines and Arcs into Polylines/Polyarcs