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jdileone27
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AV Flows to Conduit Risers

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02-06-2013 10:16 AM

Hello everyone.

 

I work for an A/V company. We use AutoCAD LT 2013. We are looking for a program or a computer script to check our A/V Flow Diagrams and Conduit Riser to make sure that all cables are accounted for. Any help is appreciated!

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pendean
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Re: AV Flows to Conduit Risers

02-06-2013 10:21 AM in reply to: jdileone27

There is no add-on for LT2013 AFAIK to handle that level of details/complexity. if these objects are blocks, not just random lines, yu might try QSELECT or SELECT or SELECTSIMILAR commands in AutoCAD LT to get counts.

You may even be able to assign a FIELD for each and put it all on a table, but I've not tried anything that detailed in LT.

 

Use the trial version of AutoCAD Electrical and see it's better suited for your needs, ask the users in that forum perhaps:

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-Electrical/bd-p/38 

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Re: AV Flows to Conduit Risers

02-06-2013 10:35 AM in reply to: pendean

Do you think that there would be something in the full version of AutoCAD that we can use?

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pendean
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Re: AV Flows to Conduit Risers

02-06-2013 10:45 AM in reply to: jdileone27

there is nothing built-in to full AutoCAD, but I am not be aware of any add-ons that are not just symbols libraries. Consider asking in the full AutoCAD 2013 forum.

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