Export Profiles to DXF

Export Profiles to DXF

Red Transit Consultants, LLC

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This app automates the process of exporting profile view data and profile data to DXF format for use with the leading slope stability calculation software such as Rocscience's SLIDE software and Geostudio's Slope/W software. Manually processing requires users to explode a profile view so that the profiles are in polyline form, trace the profile view's right and left boundaries and the datum line for each profile view, close each profile off as individual closed polylines, and then move each polyline by a station/elevation value to a corresponding X,Y value. Then the user has to WBLOCK each polyline out to it's own file, and finally go through each file to create a DXF.

This app automates the entire process and names the files corresponding to the profile name. It also creates an overall merged boundary polyline of all profiles, used for setting up SLIDE's spatial area for import.

NOTE: This app is also great for those looking to export a profile view for someone to use in basic Autodesk® AutoCAD®. Each polyline is placed on it's own layer corresponding to the profile name on export.

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Версия, 28.02.2021
Licensing system has been changed to Flexera. We now offer network licensing capabilities as well as other features. Minor bug fixes. Added support for Lines, Polylines, Polyline2D, and Polyline3D to select, move data to profile coordinates, export WBLOCK, and DXFOUT. App rename and prompt rebranding to remove 'Rocscience' and 'SLIDE' from the app. The app has been tested and confirmed to work with other slope calculation software as well.

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  • Great Tool!
    Christopher Powell | сентября 24, 2015 Проверенная загрузка (Что это такое?)

    Works great and saves tons of time. Pays for itself the first use.

    Brad Kanther | ноября 22, 2016

    Does this work with section views or profile views only?