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    AutoCAD Mass Convert DWG To DXF (Mas DWG Convert By Using Script Writer))

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    Hi Guys,

    I Wanted To Mass Convert Some DWGs To DXFs,
    So, I looked Around and found some commercial softwares and also some lisp routine, but they didn't workout as i expected so i made a software (to interpret scripts).
    Autocad Batch Script Creator.jpg
    it works fine in converion of dxfs, so i thought this software might be usefull to some who want to mass convert dxfs,
    here is the software: AutoCAD Script Writer.zip

    This Software doesn't Require Installation, (It Runs Directly)



    ::REQUIREMENTS::
    1. AutoCAD which supports LISP routines (eG; full versions of AutoCAD 2010, But not AutoCAD LT Versions)

    ::Usage::
    1. In The "Location Of Files To Be Processed" Box, Paste The Location Where U have ur dwg files. (Default value is "D:\SomeFolder"). Dont Give A Root Location Such As "D:\" or "C:\" etc;

    2. In The "Command" Box, The Default Code Is Written For DXF Conversion, U can modify and write ur own Macros here, (If U know Acad Scripting Language)

    3. Pressing the "Create Script" Button will create a "Script.scr" file at the location of the dwg files

    4. Now Open AutoCAD, Now Press [Control]+[N] In AutoCAD, A New Window will be opened

    5. Now All U Have To Do Is Drag The "Script.scr", into the AutoCAD's Canvas (which is a blank black window usually)

    6. And thats it, autocad will start converting the DWGs to DXFs

    Thanks To Lee-Mac, dbroada & Bill-Tillman for giving me the answer and idea to my previous post,
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    Don't Hesitate !!!

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    You can use a script en use Scriptpro to run multiple drawings.
    It places the DXF in the drawing map.

    PmxCAD


    Script:

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    FILEDIA
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    Excellent job buddy

    Got me out of a fix, may thanks.

    What was it created in/with?

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    hi Karthik,
    could you help me write code to convert DWG to PDF as I dont know how to write code


    I Wanted To Mass Convert Some DWGs To DXFs,
    So, I looked Around and found some commercial softwares and also some lisp routine, but they didn't workout as i expected so i made a software (to interpret scripts).
    Attachment 48653
    it works fine in converion of dxfs, so i thought this software might be usefull to some who want to mass convert dxfs,
    here is the software: Attachment 48630

    This Software doesn't Require Installation, (It Runs Directly)



    ::REQUIREMENTS::
    1. AutoCAD which supports LISP routines (eG; full versions of AutoCAD 2010, But not AutoCAD LT Versions)

    ::Usage::
    1. In The "Location Of Files To Be Processed" Box, Paste The Location Where U have ur dwg files. (Default value is "D:\SomeFolder"). Dont Give A Root Location Such As "D:\" or "C:\" etc;

    2. In The "Command" Box, The Default Code Is Written For DXF Conversion, U can modify and write ur own Macros here, (If U know Acad Scripting Language)

    3. Pressing the "Create Script" Button will create a "Script.scr" file at the location of the dwg files

    4. Now Open AutoCAD, Now Press [Control]+[N] In AutoCAD, A New Window will be opened

    5. Now All U Have To Do Is Drag The "Script.scr", into the AutoCAD's Canvas (which is a blank black window usually)

    6. And thats it, autocad will start converting the DWGs to DXFs

    Thanks To Lee-Mac, dbroada & Bill-Tillman for giving me the answer and idea to my previous post,[/QUOTE]

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    I needed this to send some parts to our tube laser vendor. Worked perfectly. Thanks!

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