Sunday, February 17, 2019

Free and Open Source Flatten – Convert 3D Polylines to 2D and Vice Versa

From the Autodesk App Store:

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Want to work with a 2D polyline but for some reason your drawing contains a 3D polyline instead?

Applying the "LCAD_FLATTEN" command to a 3D polyline will replace a 3D polyline with a 2D polyline.

The X and Y geometry will be preserved and the resulting 2D polyline will be placed at a user-specified elevation.

If you need to convert several 3D polylines within a drawing, multiple 3D polylines can be selected and "Flattened" at once.

From version 2.0 onwards, the reverse is also possible. Using the command "LCAD_RAISE" 2D polylines can be converted into 3D polylines.

Converting a 2D Poly into a 3D Poly.

Converting between 2D and 3D Polylines is but a click away!

Flatten 2.1 and above swaps between 3D and 2D definitions of
polylines containing spline-fit and curve-fit vertices easily.

Converting a 3D Poly into a 2D Poly.

The new ribbon Icons are simple and clean.

Also by LexmanCAD: CSVBackup - FindMeXYZ - DWGLogger

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About This Version

Version 2.1, 10/5/2017 – added 2018 support.

Flatten is brought to you by LexmanCAD. It's free.

This add-in is compatible with AutoCAD 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015.

There's more information available on the Autodesk App Store »

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