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Topic ClosedSlope | Gradient Calculator

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shibinbright View Drop Down
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Joined: 05.Jul.2014
Location: United Arab Emirates
Using: AutoCAD 2012
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Direct Link To This Post Topic: Slope | Gradient Calculator
    Posted: 19.May.2015 at 07:15
uploads/484543/Slope_Calculator_1.0.rar
Description
 
Calculate the SLOPE and GRADIENT at ease with this Application.

Comments and feed backs towards the improvement of the app are welcome with full warm-heartedness...!!

All comments are welcomed.



Edited by shibinbright - 19.May.2015 at 12:24
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philippe JOSEPH View Drop Down
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Joined: 14.Mar.2011
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Using: AutoCAD Mechanical 2017
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19.May.2015 at 09:58
uploads/175428/SLOPE.dwg
 
Hello shibinbright, your calculator works apparently correctly.
 
Maybe you should add a little drawing for each pannel.
For example in the pannel : Slope I gradient, the distance is the HORIZONTAL DISTANCE and not the distance along the slope.
 
As I'm working 95% of my time on AutoCAD I use the block shown in the file uploaded.
I do the blocks on the 3D wireframe of the project and then use them in every file ( assembly, sub-assembly, details, etc...).
Eventually see my file FEET-METERS.dwg in the CAD/BIM Blocks library here in the site.
Have a nice day.


Edited by philippe JOSEPH - 19.May.2015 at 10:05
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