Blog : CAD L1 (Basic)

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


18
APR.17
Graphic Filter while Importing in CAD

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


14
JUN.16
Labeling objects while importing

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


01
MAR.16
V3: Amazing Background Maps in AutoCAD and BricsCAD

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™... more


29
DEC.15
Hyperlinks in Data fields

Sometimes, certain data of the spatial elements in a table include references to external information, such as web pages, images, etc. Spatial Manager™ provides a little trick to find the links to this information... more


20
MAY.15
Accesing Spatial Data in CAD

This time we are sharing an article published on the blog “Taking the Challenge Out of Field Data Collection“, which develops a complete analysis about how Spatial Manager™ provides users with everything they need to add geospatial functionality to CAD... more