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Rounding of AutoCAD entities to a fixed grid.

A - answer If you need to round/fix any imprecisely drawn points (automatically edit/modify coordinates) of your existing AutoCAD drawing objects to a fixed 2D/3D grid (e.g. to exactly 0.5 m, 0.25 inch), you can use the FXG command (LISP utility) by J.Burke.

This useful tool can be used for rounding vertex positions to a snap grid (points, lines, blocks, circles, arcs, polylines). Any imprecise vertices drawn off grid will be rounded - snapped to the given grid.


FXG (FixOffGrid) can be downloaded from here.

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3.4.2008    5125×  
applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD Architecture ·

See also:
Tip 12777:Arithmetic and trigonometric functions available in Revit expressions.
Tip 12697:Opposite angle for angular dimensions in Inventor drawings (iLogic).
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Tip 11806:Higher precision for facetted round surfaces in STL export from Inventor.
Tip 11769:How to convert border lines (rails) to a surface?

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