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    Hi everybody!
    I'm new on CadTutor.
    I am a HVAC engineer and I don't work in the filed of devellpoing applications for Autocad. I'm just an user of autocad. This explain you my low experience in knoweledge of Lisp Code.
    I am looking for a lisp which can help me in drawing ductworks.
    I browsed it on Youtube:
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SC-B44_He6A
    Is there something of similar that you can advise me?

    I need to design Circular and rectangular ducct, branch, flexible ducts, side take off, reductions, ecc..
    I just draw in SI metric and use autocad 2010
    Please can you help me providing more information and how to obtain this kind of tools for my job?
    I will grateful!!
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    Hello..
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    Thank you!
    The lisps that you advise me do not permit to create side take off, branches.
    Is there something that yuou can advise me as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mizu View Post
    Thank you!
    The lisps that you advise me do not permit to create side take off, branches.
    Is there something that yuou can advise me as well?
    Thanck you!
    Mizu
    The LISP programs, as noted, are "basic". If you want more functionality, move on to one of the others I linked such as AutoCAD MEP.

    But you can incorporate Dynamic Blocks into your Tool Palettes for very effective and powerful fitting placement. Combing Tool Palettes with this LISP and building a method that works best for you is the best way to do it with these basic and free LISP routines. The only other option would be a costly one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mizu View Post
    Thank you!
    The lisps that you advise me do not permit to create side take off, branches.
    Is there something that yuou can advise me as well?
    Thanck you!
    Mizu
    Try this for branch duct, side take off

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...ng-Branch-Duct

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