DocuGrid detects model elements' respective grid locations and writes them to the element's parameter.


Show element's grid locations in schedules! Tag your elements! Tell us what you're using DocuGrid for!


*Note: Any curved/ arc Grids will be linearized, either regarded as a horizontal or vertical Grid.

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Version 1.2.0, 9/15/2022
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    Ricardo Alonso Contreras Anaya | October 11, 2023 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Hi, i was modeling a Structural System and when i open "DocuGrid"; it gave me an error.


  • Works only for non-workshared models
    Kimberly H. | October 19, 2022 Verified Download (What's this?)

    While the add-in works, it only works when you're not collaborating. So any larger projects, or even just 2 people on the same model, the add-in no longer detects grids.

  • Great and usefull app
    Charaf Khelifi | September 23, 2022 Verified Download (What's this?)

    very usefull app

    it would be great if you can add the distance to those grids in a seperate parameters

    it will help detect model imperfections

  • Gus
    Gustavito Vargas | April 16, 2021 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Me aparece, "no vertical grids found"



    Solved, when extracting from another model or collaborating, the addin doesnt recognize the grids


    Jun Han Loh (Publisher) | April 20, 2021

    Hi Gus, Thanks for raising this. In order for DocuGrid to work, there must be at least 2 grids in your model, 1 vertical, 1 horizontal. Note that any grids drawn with curves/ arcs will be linearized. Hope this will resolve your issue. Han

    Brock Wilke | March 31, 2023

    I have the same issue "No Vertical Grids found. At least 1 Vertical Grid is required.. I am also working in a collaborative environment. I have 52 grids in my model currently...

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