Blog : CAD L1 (Basic)

05
DEC.18
Adding OpenStreetMap or Google Maps objects to your maps

The vast possibilities offered by access to cartographic information through the Internet will allow you to easily complete your drawings and maps in a very short time and accurately. Here you can see how simple it is to add... more


23
OCT.18
Import from Palette vs using SPMIMPORT

The ‘Spatial Manager’ main Palette includes many of the most relevant and commonly used functions in the application, such as the importing functions. But in the CAD versions (AutoCAD, BricsCAD or ZWCAD), you also can find direct import commands... more


16
MAY.18
‘Import-All’ function Enhancements

In a recent post of this Blog (see the link below) we reviewed the exciting possibilities of the ‘Import-all’ function in the CAD versions of ‘Spatial Manager’ (AutoCAD/BricsCAD/ZWCAD). This function has since undergone some interesting improvements... more


12
MAR.18
The powerful ‘Import-all’ tool

Although the ‘Spatial Manager’ “Import-All” tool has already been discussed as part of a previous post in this Blog, it is important to review again this functionality, which allows you to easily launch unattended batch import processes... more


13
NOV.17
From Excel to CAD drawings: quick and easy

Many CAD users often need to import MS Excel spreadsheets that include spatial data tables (coordinates and other data), as Point or Block objects. From the beginning, ‘Spatial Manager’ software includes the ability to do it through ODBC connections,... more


16
OCT.17
Enhanced ASCII data provider (CSV, TXT, ASC, XYZ, …)

The ASCII data files (often named “Comma-separated values” CSV), are one of the most common types of files to store Points tabular data. They are plain-text ASCII files, without binary numbers or any other data type that has to be... more