Neil, it looks like it would be simple to create a LISP routine that would make AutoCAD Points, then you could convert those to Civil 3D points.
Post a drawing and I could probably write something for you in a few minutes.
Is it always twenty/twenty-one columns by ten rows? Odd numbered rows have 20 points and even numbered rows have 21 or do you need those values to be variable?
Is this what you're talking about?
File is .lsp but I had to rename it to post. You'll need to rename it back.
The lisp works great in 2013 but seems to behave differently in 2014 - I'm not complaing just curious as to why...
In 2013, I had a boundary and the routine created the stated number of rows and columns per the input parameters but in 2014 the routine stopped either side of the boundary but the distance from the last point to the boundary was greater than the stated 2m spacing so I'm wondering why (as I'm lisp illiterate)
Weird. I wrote and tested in 2014.
Be sure you turn off any osnaps before you run it and see if you get different results. Sorry, I usually am good about safety features but I was in a hurry to get this out between support calls...
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