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Hi everybody, I've been reading tutorials about entering surveyor data, but still there is something I don't get it. Let's say I want to draw this scan in autocad (I already know how to enter relative xy/polar coordinates). I guess I should start the polyline at point named 1 and then enter @134.09 Segment 1-2 is visible less than 90º north, but even if I draw a visual aproximation angle for 1-2 to start de drawing, how would I then add the second segment 2-3 with the new bearing respect 1-2? How would I get a true to scan polygone? I will be gratefull of there is any explanation/example. Thanks. Paul
general marko posted a topic in AutoLISP, Visual LISP & DCLcan someone help me with a lisp routine that inserts circles at every intersection of a polyline/series of line including its endpoint. thank you very much in advance.
Hi I used to have a lisp that gives me a delta in one click from measured point to design point. It showed me deltas in x,y,z with an arrow pointing towards the theoretical point. If anyone has seen this lisp or would be willing to write me one that would be great! I use this in dimensional metrology. I have a program from New River Kinematics that can do analysis but if there is adjustment to be done often client does not understand the analysis and I have to draw dim in Acad or worst case to PDF... That takes too much time. Also I am missing a lisp that can do least square adjustment with point weighting. I was doing another field of work for six years and now some of my tools are missing...