Coordinates with Table Lisp help you while creating setting out drawing , It will create a coordinate table according to the coordinate points placed in the drawing.
- Load Coordinates Lisp
- Type Command “CN” to place Increment Coordinate Points
- If need to create some sub points, Type “CSN” to place Increment Coordinate sub Points. This also allows to create sub points after placing all increment coordinate points.
- After placing points type command “CRT” to create Table
- Type “A” to select all Points
- Then Pick a point on your Layout to place table. This will automatically create a table with all coordinates placed under the model space. The coordinates table will automatically create the table with an ascending order.
- It will create new test style “Gen-text”
- It will create an attribute block “CRBLK”
- It will Place Points in new layer “Coordinate Points”
- It will place Table in new layer “Coordinate Table”
- It will automatically change “UCS to World” and back to “previous”
Steps to Edit Coordinate Points
- If the alignment of drawing changed and need to edit some points coordinate value,
- Move the points according to the setting out,
- Type command “CRT” to create new edited coordinate table
- Type “S” to select modified Points
- Then Pick a point on your Layout to place new table. This newly table will create only those coordinate values of the changed points.
- And replace the newly coordinates table values with the existing values.
- This Lisp is crated to place coordinate points up to “99” only, If you have points more than 100, pursue following steps.
- Coordinate Table lisp will count all “CRBLK” block and extract data of each Block to create Table.
- Place points up to “99” the run command “CRT” to place table.
- After that type command “RENAME” and rename block “CRBLK” to “CRBLK-1”.
- Then continue placing points from “100” and run command “CRT” to create new table starting form 100.
- While using “sub points” order of points may not be in the ascending order, so adjust manually to make it in an ascending order.