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nargothrond

Hi there!! How are u guys??

 

I have a problem here... the autocad can create points on grid? I must stipulate the points to be sampled in the field / map, and would be a nice increase for the company. I'm sending a map, and I need a point every 2500 m square. I managed to do manually. I picked a line and divide segments of it with the command point. But I had to use the "copy" in each row of dots and copy down.

 

The attachment is a map with 32,81 ha ( 328100 m 2). That is, I need 4 points per hectare (10,000 square meters) in total 131 dots ( points )

 

Sorry about my english!

 

In short, it is possible, in this map make a grid of points 2500m square from each other?

 

Many thanks

 

Best regards

map.dwg

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satishrajdev

can you save you reference drawing file in 2000 file format....and upload it again

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eldon

Have you tried the command ARRAY, and then erase the points that you do not want.

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JD Mather

I suspect this is a Map 3D specific question.

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nargothrond

Hi there!! No, im not tryed the array command.... i will try it now Eldon..... tks for the replies!!! And JD Mather i use Map 3d but this is in 2d maps.... im not use the altimetry, just the plan.

satishrajdev i will try the array command... if not works i save it in 2000 format for u....

 

Cya!!

 

Best regards!

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nargothrond

Hi Eldon! Can u tell me the steps? Im trying here but no sucess.. lol.....

 

Tks!

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eldon

What I did first was to make a new layer. Then draw one point. Start the array command, and then you want a rectangular array with 12 rows and 25 columns at 50 offset spacing for both columns and rows. Select the point as the object to be arrayed, and there you are.

 

You can then window the whole array and move it and rotate it to suit. Erase the unwanted points.

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nargothrond

Hey Eldon! I made it.... i never used array... thanks a lot. I just want the points who are inside the map, the others can be deleted. you know some trick to keep only what's inside? or have to delete the conventional way, like explode e then delete point per point?

 

Thanks again Eldon,

 

Best Regards!

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Murph_map
Hi there!! And JD Mather i use Map 3d but this is in 2d maps.... im not use the altimetry, just the plan.

Best regards!

 

Do not let the 3D in Map3D fool you, it is more of a 2D program than it is of a 3D one.

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nargothrond
Do not let the 3D in Map3D fool you, it is more of a 2D program than it is of a 3D one.

 

Indeed Murph!!! hehehe... Tks for your reply!

 

Cya

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JD Mather
Do not let the 3D in Map3D fool you, it is more of a 2D program than it is of a 3D one.

 

Well it was the request for "points" that fooled me. I thought it was some sort of special geomarker points the OP was after.

I didn't figure that the solution could be as simple as array.

 

Set your array to non-associative.

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BIGAL

Try Change WP pick pline points then P properties then say la put on new layer isolate old layer erase all, turn layers back on done. Could be done with a lisp.

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