Blog : Import

13
AUG.15
Speed up when importing heavy sources

Sometimes the display of the import parameters window of Spatial Manager™ may be significantly delayed when importing complex information in AutoCAD or BricsCAD... more


27
APR.15
Choose 3D or 2D when importing

A set of objects imported by applying its coordinate Z=0 leads to a “flat” map which allows us often to perform operations that are more “uncomfortable” when using 3D maps: 2D references, measurements of distances in the plane, etc.... more


28
DEC.14
Import Z-Contours from a Shapefile into AutoCAD

When reading Shapefiles (SHP) which include terrain Contour lines, it is very common to find that the Z coordinate of each Contour is set as being a numerical data in a Field of the associated data table... more


20
NOV.14
Spatial Manager and AutoCAD LT

Many users ask us about the possibility of working with Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. Because of the intrinsic limitations of AutoCAD LT this is not possible, but here is a practical workaround using Spatial Manager Desktop... more


13
OCT.14
Label Z values in AutoCAD

Nearly all data providers included in Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD feature a large number of resources to optimize the import processes from the different data sources supported by the application... more


05
SEP.14
Import 3D Shapefiles (SHP) in AutoCAD

Some 2D Shapefiles (SHP) may include 3D information inside its associated alphanumeric data table. For example, it is quite common to find the values ​​of the elevation and height of the polygon features inside some fields of the data table... more