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Physical units conversion tool in an AutoCAD palette.

A - answer The freeware application CADstudio UnitsConversion is an add-on tool palette for AutoCAD 2014, 2015 and higher. This tool performs conversion of hundreds of internetional and historical physical units - length, area, volume, force, temperature, time, speed, density, force, moments, energy, acceleration, or numerical systems (binary, hex, roman...).

The command palette uses the interactive online units converter from directly in AutoCAD user environment. You can display this palette using the command CONVERTUNITS or with the icon "Convert Units" in the ribbon Add-ins.

You can install the application easily through Exchange Apps, or alternatively by unpacking the downloaded ZIP archive (the app .bundle) to the folder:




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