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The new PointCab release 3.4 is available now. Once again, we could implement practical functions and further import and export formats in PointCab. You can find an overview of all changes here.

Update for free: If you already have a service & support contract, you can update to the new version for free. Or you conclude a support contract with your local Dealer or in the Shop now.

Point cloud export or height points straight to AutoDesk RCP

During point cloud export, you can choose between the point cloud export of a specific area, the height points (new) and a homogeneous thinning with an extremely efficient and fast octree filter now.

This way, just the required scan points are imported into your CAD system. This feature accelerates operating speed enormously.

You can output the RCP file directly for AutoCAD – without the detour via ReCap – and open it in AutoCAD.

rcp_export

Part of PointCab 3DPro.

Layout & Sections module

In order to analyze the overlapping of scans, you can create the visual display by means of index-based colors of the scans. This allows you to display the areas of the individual scans in color and distinguish them.

Moreover, we have merged the functions Layout & Section for further simplification.

Part of PointCab Suite.

Transformation calculator with unknown scale

Now, the transformation calculator allows you to define the transformation between two point clouds. The attribution of corresponding points is very easy due to an automatic constellation search. It has been enhanced in respect of different scales of point clouds. As a consequence, you can transform point clouds, which have been generated based on image data with unknown scale, quickly, easily and reliably into a known reference point coordinate system.

Part of PointCab Suite.

programmicon_archicad_4bimmARCHICAD connection with 4BIMm

With 4BIMm, you can easily and efficiently create building models based on point clouds in ARCHICAD. ARCHICAD is started with the BIMmTool Add-on and PointCab parallel, optimally on 2 monitors. Measurements of 3D points are performed directly by the ARCHICAD plug-in.
Now, the 3D points can be measured directly in the planar view of a scan. Simply open the Advanced Importer for that purpose and open the scan by double-clicking on the preview.

Part of PointCab 3DPro.

 

PointCab was being used to automatically create layouts that could be used the next day by the company’s engineers.

PointCab is happy to announce that it has joined the Autodesk® Developer Network. This cooperation is a further step for us and all our clients to interact with AutoDesk’s products and PointCab more efficiently. Together with AutoDesk we share the same goal to help engineers all over the world for the fast and efficient creation of 3d models and 2d plans.

With the next version PointCab is able to export filtered pointclouds as Autodesk ReCap™ RCP file being able to open in AutoCAD directly. To do so saves a lot of time because of missing converting pointcloud data.

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PointCab and ZWCAD

You achieve an effective workflow when you preprocess your desired results in PointCab.

Tutorial units


Layout, section and 3D points in ZWCAD

Layout, section and 3D points in ZWCAD

In this tutorial, we show you how to import PointCab results in ZWCAD. For this purpose, we create a plan and a section out of our sample data set and export additional 3D points.

Please check before whether you have activated the creation of a *.DWG file in PointCab. For this purpose, please select the menu File > Project Settings > tab General and select DWG as export option.

Now, you can create the results in PointCab, In our example, we create a layout and a section.

In this example, the points of the course of the roof are additionally required. Thus, we create a top view of the roof. Activate our 3D points module to select the required points:

The roof’s shape or the selected points can be exported as a DWG file via the Job Editor.

Save the 3D points in the same directory in which the already created results have been saved. In our example, the results are saved in PointCab_Results -> Orthophotos.

Save 3D points in the same directory

Save 3D points in the same directory

Now start ZWCAD:

Start ZWCAD

Start ZWCAD

Save the drawing file in the same directory in which the PointCab results have been saved:

Save ZWCAD drawing file

Save ZWCAD drawing file

In case of an already existing drawing file, you have to copy the PointCab results into the existing directory. For this purpose, you should always copy the *.dwg file together with the respective folder * _results. For more information, have a look at our general tutorials at Transfer of DWG files.

Save ZWCAD drawing file in PointCab directory

Save ZWCAD drawing file in PointCab directory

Now, we can import the PointCab results. For this purpose, please enter the command INSERT into the lower command line.

Import the PointCab results

Import the PointCab results

The “Insert” menu is opened. After selecting the button Browse, you select the file to be imported.

Please notice the options for insertion (orange-highlighted area in the image):

Insert menu

Insert menu

First, we insert our layout into our drawing. By selecting the function Zoom / Range, the layout is placed in the center.

Use the same command to import all other results. Simply enter INSERT into the command line and select the respective file.

Import further results using the command INSERT

Import further results using the command INSERT

Here, you can see the shape of the roof:

3D points of the roof shape

3D points of the roof shape

At last, there is the section:

Imported section in ZWCAD

Imported section in ZWCAD

With the command 3DORBIT, you can have a look at the overall result.

Command 3DORBIT for rotating the workspace in 3D

Command 3DORBIT for rotating the workspace in 3D

Share ZWCAD drawings

Share ZWCAD drawings with third parties

Use the ZWCAD function eTransmit to share your AutoCAD drawings with employees or colleagues.

eTransmit generates a *.zip file that you can share easily. The PointCab tiles are all included.

Select eTransmit

Select eTransmit

Settings for transfer:

Settings for transfer

Settings for transfer

All PointCab tiles are included:

All PointCab tiles are included

All PointCab tiles are included

Save the ZIP file to be created by eTransmit in the directory.

Select the path

Select the path

The ZIP file is now ready for sharing.

ZIP file created by eTransmit for sharing

ZIP file created by eTransmit for sharing

Import a digital terrain model in ZWCAD

Import a digital terrain model in ZWCAD

In this tutorial, we mesh a pit and import the meshing in AutoCAD. In addition, we create a documentation about the height deviation of the pit (Delta analysis). You can also download the related sample data set.

First, we generate the desired results in PointCab. For the Delta analysis, we define a height – in this example, the reference height is 0.447 m above the sea level.

For exact definition of the different heights, we adjust the height map in the Job Editor:

After creating the mesh, our results are as follows:

Now, we start ZWCAD.

Start ZWCAD

Start ZWCAD

We save our drawing file in the PointCab directory.

Save drawing file as...

Save drawing file as…

You have to save the drawing file in the directory Pointcab_Results -> Orthophotos.

We import our Delta analysis by entering INSERT into the lower command line in ZWCAD.

Import of PointCab results

Import of PointCab results

Choose the file Delta_0.dwg.

Import of the Delta analysis

Import of the Delta analysis

Check the import settings and start the import.

Import settings

Import settings

The Delta analysis is displayed in ZWCAD.

Delta analysis in ZWCAD

Delta analysis in ZWCAD

Afterwards, we add the mesh with INSERT command in the Command line. The meshed terrain model is saved in the PointCab directory PointCab_Results -> 3D:

Insert mesh

Insert mesh

Please check the import settings again.

Import settings

Import settings

The import of the mesh was successful:

Meshed terrain in ZWCAD

Meshed terrain in ZWCAD

Useful commands in ZWCAD - Hide tile lines

Useful commands in ZWCAD – Hide tile lines

PointCab users often want to hide the PointCab tile lines. For this purpose, simply use the command Imageframe = 0

Command IMAGEFRAME

Command IMAGEFRAME

You enter the value 0.

Enter the value 0

Enter the value 0

The result is:

Useful commands in ZWCAD - Clean up the workspace

Useful commands in ZWCAD – Clean up the workspace

Use the command EXPLODE to decompose the imported orthophoto into its parts:

Command EXPLODE for decomposing the orthophoto into its parts

Command EXPLODE for decomposing the orthophoto into its parts

The single tiles can be selected and deleted:

Selection of the single tiles

Selection of the single tiles

Thus, the workspace can be cleaned up easily.

Cleaned up workspace

Cleaned up workspace

PointCab and AutoCAD

You achieve an effective workflow when you preprocess your desired results in PointCab.

Tutorial videos


PointCab results in AutoCAD – How to import layout, section and 3D points


PointCab results in AutoCAD – How to import a digital terrain model (mesh)


PointCab and AutoCAD eTransmit – How to hand over my drawing to another person


Useful commands in AutoCAD – Hide lines with the command Imageframe


Useful commands in AutoCAD – Clean the working area with the command Explode


PointCab results in AutoCAD – Digitalization of a layout

Tutorial units


Layout, section and 3D points in AutoCAD

Layout, section and 3D points in AutoCAD

In this tutorial, we show you how to import PointCab results in AutoCAD. For this purpose, we create a plan and a section out of our sample data set and export additional 3D points.

Please check before whether you have activated the creation of a *.DWG file in PointCab. For this purpose, please select the menu File > Project Settings > tab General and select DWG as export option.

No, you can create the results in PointCab, In our example, we create a layout and a section.

In this example, the points of the course of the roof are additionally required. Thus, we create a top view of the roof. Activate our 3D Points module to select the required points. Der roof’s schape or the selected points can be exported as a DWG file via the Job Editor.

Save the 3D points in the same directory in which the already created results have been saved. In our example, the results are saved in PointCab_Results -> Orthophotos. Start AutoCAD now. Save the drawing file in the same directory in which the PointCab results have been saved. In case of an already existing drawing file, you have to copy the PointCab results into the existing directory. For this purpose, you should always copy the *.dwg file together with the respective folder * _results. For more information, have a look at our general tutorials at Transfer of DWG files.

Now, we can import the PointCab results. For this purpose, please enter the command INSERT into the lower command line. The “Insert” menu is opened. After selecting the button Browse, you select the file to be imported. Please notice the options for insertion (orange-highlighted area in the image):

First, we insert our layout into our drawing. By selecting the function Zoom / Range, the layout is placed in the center. Use the same command to import all other results. Simply enter INSERT into the command line and select the respective file.

With the command 3DORBIT, you can have a look at the overall result.

You find the video on www.pointcab.tv or in the upper area of this page below the video tutorials.

Share AutoCAD drawings

Share AutoCAD drawings with thrid parties

Use the AutoCAD function eTransmit to share your AutoCAD drawings with employees or colleagues.

eTransmit generates a *.zip file that you can share easily. The PointCab tiles are all included.

Select eTransmit

Select eTransmit

Settings for transfer:

Settings for transfer

Settings for transfer

All PointCab tiles are included:

All PointCab tiles are included

All PointCab tiles are included

Save the ZIP file to be created by eTransmit in the directory.

Select file path

Select file path

The ZIP file is now ready for sharing.

ZIP file created by eTransmit for sharing

ZIP file created by eTransmit for sharing

You find the related video on www.pointcab.tv or in the video tutorials in the upper area of this page.

Import a digital terrain model in AutoCAD

Import a digital terrain model in AutoCAD

In this tutorial, we mesh a pit and import the meshing in AutoCAD. In addition, we create a documention about the height deviation of the pit (Delta analysis). You can also download the related sample data set.

First, we generate the desired results in PointCab. For the Delta analysis, we define a height – in this example, the reference height is 447 000 m above sea level.

For exact definition of the different heights, we adjust the height map in the Job Editor:

After creating the mesh, our results are as follows:

Lassen Sie PointCab Ihre Ergebnisse berechnen.

Now, we start AutoCAD.

Start AutoCAD

Start AutoCAD

We save our drawing file in the PointCab directory.

Save drawing file as ...

Save drawing file as …

You have to save the drawing file in the directory Pointcab_Results -> Orthophotos.

...Pointcab_Results_Orthophotos

…Pointcab_Results -> Orthophotos

We import our Delta analysis by entering INSERT into the lower command line in AutoCAD.

Import of PointCab results

Import of PointCab results

Choose the file Delta_0.dwg.

Import of the Delta analysis

Import of the Delta analysis

Check the import settings and start the import.

Import settings

Import settings

The Delta analysis is displayed in AutoCAD.

Delta analysis in AutoCAD

Delta analysis in AutoCAD

Afterwards, we add the meshing. Select the Insert tab in the AutoCAD and select the command Attach:

Attach meshing

Attach meshing

The meshed terrain model is saved in the PointCab directory Pointcab_Results -> 3D:

"The

Please check the import settings again.

Import settings

Import settings

The import of the mesh was successful:

Meshed terrain model in AutoCAD

Meshed terrain model in AutoCAD

You find the related video on www.pointcab.tv or in the upper area of this page below the video tutorials.

Useful commands in AutoCAD - Hide tile lines

Useful commands in AutoCAD – Hide tile lines

PointCab users often want to hide the PointCab tile lines. For this purpose, simply use the command Imageframe = 0

Command IMAGEFRAME

Command IMAGEFRAME

You enter the value 0.

Enter the value 0

Enter the value 0

The result is:

PointCab_CAD-Tutorial_AutoCAD_0035

You find the related video on www.pointcab.tv or in the upper area of this page below the video tutorials.

Useful commands in AutoCAD - Clean up the workspace

Useful commands in AutoCAD – Clean up the workspace

Use the command EXPLODE to decompose the imported orthophoto into its parts:

Command EXPLODE

Command EXPLODE for decomposing the orthophot into its parts

The single tiles can be selected and deleted:

Selection of the single tiles

Selection of the single tiles

Thus, the workspace can be cleaned up easily.

Cleaned up workspace

Cleaned up workspace

You find the related video on www.pointcab.tv or in the upper area of this page below the video tutorials.

AutoCAD – more posts:


PointCab and ZWCAD

You achieve an effective workflow when you preprocess your desired results in PointCab.

Tutorial units


Layout, section and 3D points in ZWCAD

Layout, section and 3D points in ZWCAD

In this tutorial, we show you how to import PointCab results in ZWCAD. For this purpose, we create a plan and a section out of our sample data set and export additional 3D points.

Please check before whether you have activated the creation of a *.DWG file in PointCab. For this purpose, please select the menu File > Project Settings > tab General and select DWG as export option.

Now, you can create the results in PointCab, In our example, we create a layout and a section.

In this example, the points of the course of the roof are additionally required. Thus, we create a top view of the roof. Activate our 3D points module to select the required points:

The roof’s shape or the selected points can be exported as a DWG file via the Job Editor.

Save the 3D points in the same directory in which the already created results have been saved. In our example, the results are saved in PointCab_Results -> Orthophotos.

Save 3D points in the same directory

Save 3D points in the same directory

Now start ZWCAD:

Start ZWCAD

Start ZWCAD

Save the drawing file in the same directory in which the PointCab results have been saved:

Save ZWCAD drawing file

Save ZWCAD drawing file

In case of an already existing drawing file, you have to copy the PointCab results into the existing directory. For this purpose, you should always copy the *.dwg file together with the respective folder * _results. For more information, have a look at our general tutorials at Transfer of DWG files.

Save ZWCAD drawing file in PointCab directory

Save ZWCAD drawing file in PointCab directory

Now, we can import the PointCab results. For this purpose, please enter the command INSERT into the lower command line.

Import the PointCab results

Import the PointCab results

The “Insert” menu is opened. After selecting the button Browse, you select the file to be imported.

Please notice the options for insertion (orange-highlighted area in the image):

Insert menu

Insert menu

First, we insert our layout into our drawing. By selecting the function Zoom / Range, the layout is placed in the center.

Use the same command to import all other results. Simply enter INSERT into the command line and select the respective file.

Import further results using the command INSERT

Import further results using the command INSERT

Here, you can see the shape of the roof:

3D points of the roof shape

3D points of the roof shape

At last, there is the section:

Imported section in ZWCAD

Imported section in ZWCAD

With the command 3DORBIT, you can have a look at the overall result.

Command 3DORBIT for rotating the workspace in 3D

Command 3DORBIT for rotating the workspace in 3D

Share ZWCAD drawings

Share ZWCAD drawings with third parties

Use the ZWCAD function eTransmit to share your AutoCAD drawings with employees or colleagues.

eTransmit generates a *.zip file that you can share easily. The PointCab tiles are all included.

Select eTransmit

Select eTransmit

Settings for transfer:

Settings for transfer

Settings for transfer

All PointCab tiles are included:

All PointCab tiles are included

All PointCab tiles are included

Save the ZIP file to be created by eTransmit in the directory.

Select the path

Select the path

The ZIP file is now ready for sharing.

ZIP file created by eTransmit for sharing

ZIP file created by eTransmit for sharing

Import a digital terrain model in ZWCAD

Import a digital terrain model in ZWCAD

In this tutorial, we mesh a pit and import the meshing in AutoCAD. In addition, we create a documentation about the height deviation of the pit (Delta analysis). You can also download the related sample data set.

First, we generate the desired results in PointCab. For the Delta analysis, we define a height – in this example, the reference height is 0.447 m above the sea level.

For exact definition of the different heights, we adjust the height map in the Job Editor:

After creating the mesh, our results are as follows:

Now, we start ZWCAD.

Start ZWCAD

Start ZWCAD

We save our drawing file in the PointCab directory.

Save drawing file as...

Save drawing file as…

You have to save the drawing file in the directory Pointcab_Results -> Orthophotos.

We import our Delta analysis by entering INSERT into the lower command line in ZWCAD.

Import of PointCab results

Import of PointCab results

Choose the file Delta_0.dwg.

Import of the Delta analysis

Import of the Delta analysis

Check the import settings and start the import.

Import settings

Import settings

The Delta analysis is displayed in ZWCAD.

Delta analysis in ZWCAD

Delta analysis in ZWCAD

Afterwards, we add the mesh with INSERT command in the Command line. The meshed terrain model is saved in the PointCab directory PointCab_Results -> 3D:

Insert mesh

Insert mesh

Please check the import settings again.

Import settings

Import settings

The import of the mesh was successful:

Meshed terrain in ZWCAD

Meshed terrain in ZWCAD

Useful commands in ZWCAD - Hide tile lines

Useful commands in ZWCAD – Hide tile lines

PointCab users often want to hide the PointCab tile lines. For this purpose, simply use the command Imageframe = 0

Command IMAGEFRAME

Command IMAGEFRAME

You enter the value 0.

Enter the value 0

Enter the value 0

The result is:

Useful commands in ZWCAD - Clean up the workspace

Useful commands in ZWCAD – Clean up the workspace

Use the command EXPLODE to decompose the imported orthophoto into its parts:

Command EXPLODE for decomposing the orthophoto into its parts

Command EXPLODE for decomposing the orthophoto into its parts

The single tiles can be selected and deleted:

Selection of the single tiles

Selection of the single tiles

Thus, the workspace can be cleaned up easily.

Cleaned up workspace

Cleaned up workspace

The new PointCab release 3.4 is available now. Once again, we could implement practical functions and further import and export formats in PointCab. You can find an overview of all changes here.

Update for free: If you already have a service & support contract, you can update to the new version for free. Or you conclude a support contract with your local Dealer or in the Shop now.

Point cloud export or height points straight to AutoDesk RCP

During point cloud export, you can choose between the point cloud export of a specific area, the height points (new) and a homogeneous thinning with an extremely efficient and fast octree filter now.

This way, just the required scan points are imported into your CAD system. This feature accelerates operating speed enormously.

You can output the RCP file directly for AutoCAD – without the detour via ReCap – and open it in AutoCAD.

rcp_export

Part of PointCab 3DPro.

Layout & Sections module

In order to analyze the overlapping of scans, you can create the visual display by means of index-based colors of the scans. This allows you to display the areas of the individual scans in color and distinguish them.

Moreover, we have merged the functions Layout & Section for further simplification.

Part of PointCab Suite.

Transformation calculator with unknown scale

Now, the transformation calculator allows you to define the transformation between two point clouds. The attribution of corresponding points is very easy due to an automatic constellation search. It has been enhanced in respect of different scales of point clouds. As a consequence, you can transform point clouds, which have been generated based on image data with unknown scale, quickly, easily and reliably into a known reference point coordinate system.

Part of PointCab Suite.

programmicon_archicad_4bimmARCHICAD connection with 4BIMm

With 4BIMm, you can easily and efficiently create building models based on point clouds in ARCHICAD. ARCHICAD is started with the BIMmTool Add-on and PointCab parallel, optimally on 2 monitors. Measurements of 3D points are performed directly by the ARCHICAD plug-in.
Now, the 3D points can be measured directly in the planar view of a scan. Simply open the Advanced Importer for that purpose and open the scan by double-clicking on the preview.

Part of PointCab 3DPro.

 

PointCab and AutoCAD

You achieve an effective workflow when you preprocess your desired results in PointCab.

Tutorial videos


PointCab results in AutoCAD – How to import layout, section and 3D points


PointCab results in AutoCAD – How to import a digital terrain model (mesh)


PointCab and AutoCAD eTransmit – How to hand over my drawing to another person


Useful commands in AutoCAD – Hide lines with the command Imageframe


Useful commands in AutoCAD – Clean the working area with the command Explode


PointCab results in AutoCAD – Digitalization of a layout

Tutorial units


Layout, section and 3D points in AutoCAD

Layout, section and 3D points in AutoCAD

In this tutorial, we show you how to import PointCab results in AutoCAD. For this purpose, we create a plan and a section out of our sample data set and export additional 3D points.

Please check before whether you have activated the creation of a *.DWG file in PointCab. For this purpose, please select the menu File > Project Settings > tab General and select DWG as export option.

No, you can create the results in PointCab, In our example, we create a layout and a section.

In this example, the points of the course of the roof are additionally required. Thus, we create a top view of the roof. Activate our 3D Points module to select the required points. Der roof’s schape or the selected points can be exported as a DWG file via the Job Editor.

Save the 3D points in the same directory in which the already created results have been saved. In our example, the results are saved in PointCab_Results -> Orthophotos. Start AutoCAD now. Save the drawing file in the same directory in which the PointCab results have been saved. In case of an already existing drawing file, you have to copy the PointCab results into the existing directory. For this purpose, you should always copy the *.dwg file together with the respective folder * _results. For more information, have a look at our general tutorials at Transfer of DWG files.

Now, we can import the PointCab results. For this purpose, please enter the command INSERT into the lower command line. The “Insert” menu is opened. After selecting the button Browse, you select the file to be imported. Please notice the options for insertion (orange-highlighted area in the image):

First, we insert our layout into our drawing. By selecting the function Zoom / Range, the layout is placed in the center. Use the same command to import all other results. Simply enter INSERT into the command line and select the respective file.

With the command 3DORBIT, you can have a look at the overall result.

You find the video on www.pointcab.tv or in the upper area of this page below the video tutorials.

Share AutoCAD drawings

Share AutoCAD drawings with thrid parties

Use the AutoCAD function eTransmit to share your AutoCAD drawings with employees or colleagues.

eTransmit generates a *.zip file that you can share easily. The PointCab tiles are all included.

Select eTransmit

Select eTransmit

Settings for transfer:

Settings for transfer

Settings for transfer

All PointCab tiles are included:

All PointCab tiles are included

All PointCab tiles are included

Save the ZIP file to be created by eTransmit in the directory.

Select file path

Select file path

The ZIP file is now ready for sharing.

ZIP file created by eTransmit for sharing

ZIP file created by eTransmit for sharing

You find the related video on www.pointcab.tv or in the video tutorials in the upper area of this page.

Import a digital terrain model in AutoCAD

Import a digital terrain model in AutoCAD

In this tutorial, we mesh a pit and import the meshing in AutoCAD. In addition, we create a documention about the height deviation of the pit (Delta analysis). You can also download the related sample data set.

First, we generate the desired results in PointCab. For the Delta analysis, we define a height – in this example, the reference height is 447 000 m above sea level.

For exact definition of the different heights, we adjust the height map in the Job Editor:

After creating the mesh, our results are as follows:

Lassen Sie PointCab Ihre Ergebnisse berechnen.

Now, we start AutoCAD.

Start AutoCAD

Start AutoCAD

We save our drawing file in the PointCab directory.

Save drawing file as ...

Save drawing file as …

You have to save the drawing file in the directory Pointcab_Results -> Orthophotos.

...Pointcab_Results_Orthophotos

…Pointcab_Results -> Orthophotos

We import our Delta analysis by entering INSERT into the lower command line in AutoCAD.

Import of PointCab results

Import of PointCab results

Choose the file Delta_0.dwg.

Import of the Delta analysis

Import of the Delta analysis

Check the import settings and start the import.

Import settings

Import settings

The Delta analysis is displayed in AutoCAD.

Delta analysis in AutoCAD

Delta analysis in AutoCAD

Afterwards, we add the meshing. Select the Insert tab in the AutoCAD and select the command Attach:

Attach meshing

Attach meshing

The meshed terrain model is saved in the PointCab directory Pointcab_Results -> 3D:

"The

Please check the import settings again.

Import settings

Import settings

The import of the mesh was successful:

Meshed terrain model in AutoCAD

Meshed terrain model in AutoCAD

You find the related video on www.pointcab.tv or in the upper area of this page below the video tutorials.

Useful commands in AutoCAD - Hide tile lines

Useful commands in AutoCAD – Hide tile lines

PointCab users often want to hide the PointCab tile lines. For this purpose, simply use the command Imageframe = 0

Command IMAGEFRAME

Command IMAGEFRAME

You enter the value 0.

Enter the value 0

Enter the value 0

The result is:

PointCab_CAD-Tutorial_AutoCAD_0035

You find the related video on www.pointcab.tv or in the upper area of this page below the video tutorials.

Useful commands in AutoCAD - Clean up the workspace

Useful commands in AutoCAD – Clean up the workspace

Use the command EXPLODE to decompose the imported orthophoto into its parts:

Command EXPLODE

Command EXPLODE for decomposing the orthophot into its parts

The single tiles can be selected and deleted:

Selection of the single tiles

Selection of the single tiles

Thus, the workspace can be cleaned up easily.

Cleaned up workspace

Cleaned up workspace

You find the related video on www.pointcab.tv or in the upper area of this page below the video tutorials.

AutoCAD – more posts:


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