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Convert Double Line to Multiline

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    Posted: 30.Oct.2021 at 20:32

Hello Every one,

I have Mechanical Shop Drawings Project  Which Draw all Pipes as a Double Line With Offset Equal to the Pipe Diameter, I am Looking To Lisp File convert the Double line to multiline with Mline Scale Equal to the offset, So I Could Filter the Pipes By QSelect  As Per Milne Scale and Count the Quantities For Each Pipe Size. 

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You might try our PL2ML utility - see
But it depends on how the double lines are drawn (AuoCAD LT DLINE?).
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