DNUT2CIR – Donut to Circle converter

DNUT2CIR – Donut to Circle converter

Win32 and 64, English

CAD Design Software
Converts Donut objects into Circle Objects.

General Usage Instructions

Basic Usage:

Pick one of the three radio buttons to control how the donut objects will be converted into circles. See section 3 operations to perform below for details on each operation.

Select the Delete Original Entitles check box to delete the donut object after conversion or uncheck to preserve.

Pick the OK button and a prompt appears.

PROMPT: Select objects: Pick single or multiple donut objects and press <Enter> when done selecting.


3 operations to perform:

Pick the Draw Circles at Centerlines of Donuts radio button to create a circle based on the center diameter (halfway between outer and inner radius) of the donut to be converted. The program will then create a circle using the calculated diameter.

Pick the Draw Circles at Outer Edges of Donuts radio button to create a circle based on the outer edge diameter of the donut.

Pick the Specify Constant Circle Diameter radio button to use a custom diameter when the donut is converted into a circle.  In the Constant Diameter edit box, type the new diameter for the circle that will be created.



Ribbon/Toolbar Icon Command Command Description


Converts Donut objects into Circle Objects.


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Additional Information

Known Issues


Company Name: CAD Design Software
Support Contact: appsupport@cad-design.com

Author/Company Information

CAD Design Software

Support Information

Website: http://apps.cad-design.com

Contact:  1-877-CAD-USER

Version History

Version Number Version Description


Minor fix, no interface or functional changes to the app itself.


Initial Release, digital signature.
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