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Are you tired of repeating the same tasks on multiple drawings or staying late plotting to meet a deadline? Wouldn’t you rather be doing something else? Now you can.
Perform tasks automatically whether it is simply Batch Plot, Batch Purge, Batch Insert, Batch Xrefing, Batch Exporting DXF/DWF, Batch Changing Text/Attributes, etc. or more complex tasks. Basically, most commands or routines you use in Autodesk® AutoCAD® or Autodesk® AutoCAD LT® can be set up to work automatically on thousands of drawings.
Multi-batch comes with five wizards for automatically creating your routines including Batch Plot using Detailed information or Pagesetups, Batch Save as Drawing/DXF, Batch Purge & Batch Import pagesetups. Imagine consistently batch plotting all drawings without having to worry about what Pagesetup to use. Just select the drawings, select the routine and let AutoCAD do the work. Multi-Batch also comes with over 90 standard routines which you can alter for your own needs. For more information visit https://www.multi-batch.com/
Released in 2001 Multi-Batch is one of the leading batch programs on the market today, check out these reviews from satisfied customers http://www.multi-batch.com/reviews.htm
Note: This is a stand-alone application and uses a custom installer (and not the standard Autodesk App Store installer)
The Trial version is limited to work with not more than 3 drawings at a time allowing the user to experience the power of Multi-Batch scripting capabilities, there is no time limit.
can anyone or you share any learn or introduce video to watch?
thank you a lot.
Hi, can the program do block replace to multiple drawings and attsync?
Hello Richard, One of the many supplied routines in Multi-Batch is called “Insert Block and Update Existing Block” you can adjust this for your needs. In regards to Attsync once you know the block name the Attsync command can be added to a routine using the Name option. For example “Attsync name Block_Name” If you need any help contact us by clicking on the Get Technical Help link above
I had been using multibatch for years and when i started a new job it was the first program i needed to get.
One again it has taken a mindless job that would take a number of hours and condensed it down to 5 min work.
Best of all you can quickly combine batches meaning that i am able to make and combine a number of simple batches to do complexe tasks and i dont need to re-write script files again and again.