Lands Design is a landscaping software product for designing gardens, green spaces, and landscapes that runs in the AutoCAD® environment. Lands is ideal for landscape architects and urban planners.
Drawing slope on the topographic and master plans.
Quickly counts and exports information to a Table or Clipboard
Import - drawing objects according to the coordinates of the text file.
Export - file recording, the coordinates of objects.
The App is a very convenient way to bring back frozen, locked and other layers to active Mode (ON).
This plug-in allows you to insert scannable Quick Response (QR) Codes into Autodesk® AutoCAD® drawings.
Small and powerful application for the drawing of a conditional designation of a slopes used in the drawing (previous name - AlxdDike).
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.
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.
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).
Generates chainage (station) marks along either arcs, lines and polylines
Do more with Polylines, see properties inside 3DPolylines (slopes of segments, distance from Startpoint), set out heights as text with value of z-position.
Breaks the selected dimensions by the specified points
Sorts the selected objects, placing them in new layers generated automatically, and sets the properties of these objects ByLayer.
Draws lines on Autodesk® AutoCAD® using Relative to last segment the Relative Polar angle 180 degrees. With this command the Relative Polar is set to 0 (zero) .
Transformation of drawing elements by coordinate transformation according to Helmert
Insert a georeferenced image by using its corresponding world file into the drawing.