Simple program, but an important assistance in working with 3D Solids.

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Creates a catalog on paper of all blocks in your library.


Searches in a drawing for dimensions that are tampered with, and places a symbol around those.


Change all colors in a drawing to other colors. Changes colors by object, colors BYLAYER and colors in blocks..

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Dialog version of the ARRAY command, with some very useful options added.

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Draws arrows in several styles and widths. Unlimited number of segments for the shaft of the arrow.

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Dialog version of the BLOCK command, which correct some serious bugs in the BMAKE command..

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Simple calculator for use inside AutoCad.

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Dialog version of the CHANGE command. Multiple object selection, and all properties can be copied from existing objects in your drawing.

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Units calculator. Converts units of length, temperature, mass, area, volume.

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Changes the text of all kinds of text-entities: TEXT, MTEXT, ATTRIBUTES and DIMENSIONS with one command.

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Quickly create a new textstyle, with the name of the font you have chosen. Especially useful in AutoCad12, for later versions the STYLE command is good enough to do the task.

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Easier hatching. You choose from a list of materials, the scale, pattern and angle of the hatch is set automatically. Ofcourse, you can change the list yourself, to meet your standards.

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Draws all kinds of door- and windowframes, from 1 till 10 segments, to use in elevation drawings..

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New version of the DDLMODES command. In our opinion much easier to use, and a few options are added that you don't find in the original command.

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Create new layers by selecting them from a list. Program creates them with the correct colors en linetypes. The list used by this command can be edited to your needs.

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Modify Polylines from a dialog. Multiple polylines can be selected, and multiple options can be used in one time.

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Automatically purge all objects you select in a dialog. Because often are multiple purges needed, to get rid of all unused entities, an option is provided to repeat the command more than once.

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Placement of drawing borders and titleblocks at the start of a new drawing. Automatically fill in of the titleblock.

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Draws steel beams, based on the standards in our country. For other countries, the datafiles can be changed to meet other standards.

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Program for text placement. Choose the textheight, as it must appear on paper. Has many text-options bundled in 1 program: One of the best leader commands we have seen, text in a circle, boxed text with a rectangle around it, text-array automatically increasing numbered, notes: select predefined textstrings from a list, and many more.

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Makes the use of Paperspace easy. Select parts of your drawing, you want to appear in a paperspace-viewport, and the programm creates them filled with those parts at the correct scale.

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Draws 3 different kind of walls, useful in architectural drawings. View can be changed at any time between open, hatched and filled (black).

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Dimensioning made easy. After placement of your first dimension, continue automatically as long as you select points. Has a few added options, the DIM command doesn't provide.

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Program to set the most used properties of your dimensioning style. All options presented in 1 easy to use dialog.

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Saves your drawing, but makes a copy of it in a backup-directorie of your choice. Creates the directorie if it doesn't exists.


Draws fasteners, as bolts, nuts and screws. Draws inmediately in your drawing and doesn't use a library of blocks.

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Flattens all objects in your drawing to Z=0, including those embedded in a block. Corrects many problems with Osnap's, in a drawing that is supposed to be 2 dimensional.


Draws gridlines. Several layouts can be chosen. Automatic placement from the correct texts at the end of the gridlines.

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Manages layer switching: ON/OFF, FRZ/THW etc. All subcommands have the ability to choose the desired layer by picking an object on screen, or, if you don't pick anything, to choose from a list

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Make slides from all drawings in a chosen directorie. The slides will be placed in a subdirectorie SLIDES, under that directorie.


Because we still use the keyboard very often, we have placed the 99 most used commands under the numbers 1 till 99 on the numeric keypad. Because the keypad is next to your mouse, this is often faster than using the menus.


Use AutoCad to design your PCB's (Printed Circuit Board). Although originally intended for home-use, we think that is has enough possibilities for the electronic engineer, who has to design a PCB, but for daily use it is probably better to use a specialized Cad programm.

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Dialog version of the AREA command. adds the possibility to choose the units in which you want the area displayed. You can also change the number of decimals.

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Does the same for the DIST command, as QAREA does for Areas.

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Our solution for maintaing and using a library of blocks. Because this program reads the files from your harddisk, it is very easy to add new blocks: every WBLOCK you write to one of the libraries subdirectories, is inmediately available for insertion.

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Is mainly the same as the LIST command, but presents the data in a dialog. Presents not exactly the same information as the LIST command, but we think that the information provided here, does better suit the needs.

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Create a rectangle, by entering the desired data in a dialog. Not meant for a simple rectangle, but instead for more specialized needs. It is possible to place a rectangle at its midpoint, or centerpoint, it can be rotated, filled or hatched, chamfered or filleted. Also the linetype, the color and the layer can be chosen.

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Create very easy a perspective view of your 3D drawing, by placing a camera and a target. You can choose from the standard phoographic lenses. Views can be saved as a VIEW or a SLIDE inmediatly after generation.

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This is a library of programs, that are too small to be sold seperately. Although most of thes programs are small, we use them ourself so many times a day, that we think they are together real time-savers.

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Writes all blocks in a drawing to a directorie of your choice. A dialog gives you the ability to select the blocks you want to write.

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