Blog : CAD L1 (Basic) (page 3)

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


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


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


Do you only need to import some objects? Surely, you have often come across the need to limit to an area of your drawings the import of a very “heavy” data source. See how you can solve it using ‘Spatial... more


Text Labels help to complete the CAD or GIS drawings and maps and enrich the complementary information contained therein, as they not only allow better understanding but also make it easier to locate the objects. Spatial Manager™ (AutoCAD and BricsCAD) now includes the objects... more


The users of AutoCAD (v.2008 and later) or BricsCAD (v.13 and later) will greatly improve their drawings with the amazing “Background Maps” of Spatial Manager™ Choose from among many “Backgrounds Maps” from many providers such as OpenStreetMap, Bing, MapBox, Esri,... more