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Hi all, I am new to the forum in being an actual member, but have referenced these threads for quite a while when google searching for a specific need. However, my most recent search has drawn very little help and nothing specific to what I am desiring for my CAD needs. There is something similar in these threads, but the lisp given doesn't work specific to what I am hoping to achieve. If there is another lisp routine, I haven't found it. I am needing to "explode" (so to speak) multiple objects away from a center point, so that I can dimension each individual object separately because of the complexity of the design. I am attaching a snippit of the original design and then an idea of what I am trying to achieve (although all objects not moved for reference). If anyone has a solution for this, I would be more than grateful. I am using AutoCAD 2017, but new to this version. Previous v2014. Been using AC since v2006.
Hi all I have many assemblies modeled, with the drawings done. Now, I got a revision which requires me to change the tube diameter, but I have to "move radially" the reinforcement plates as well. Please see the picture: I have to change a tube dimension from red to green, and I have to "move radially" the yellow plates to touch the green tube. I thought it is a common problem, so AutoCad will have a command. Didn't find it. Ok, there must be a lisp out there. Couldn't find it either. Did I overlook some corner? Is it not too complicate for someone to make one? It certainly is for me. Thanks in advance, NN