The GT_IMPEX command
allows point and linear objects to be exported to a variety of
ASCII Text formats or imported from ASCII files. You need to specify
before-hand whether you are exporting or importing linear features or
point features. These two feature types cannot be mixed during an import
or export operation.
A point feature
includes points, blocks, shapes and text. A linear feature includes lines,
polylines and splines. Curve-fitted polylines will be processed with only
their defining control points. In other words, the curve-fit points will
General options section covers parameters like file name / format etc
which are applicable for both import and export operations.
Stacked fields (one
Selecting this box allows P, E, N, Z and D to be on separate lines one
below the other instead of being on one single line separated by a
operations, a comment character can be specified to enable lines starting
with that character to be ignored. Exporting of data can be done based on
delimited fields or column-wise. Accordingly, you can set a delimiter
character or specify the start column positions in the ‘Column widths’
Import Options: These
settings relate to import of ASCII data into AutoCAD / BricsCAD.
Create point features as: Point features can be created as points, blocks or text objects. The descriptions of incoming point features can be used as layer names, point numbers or stored as block attributes / object data as applicable.
Multiple description import: makes possible for text files containing additional description data to be imported into the drawing as attributes, object data or plain text. Until now, only one description field was possible via the format descriptor PENZD,.. etc. Now, you can bring in as many and all of the descriptions into the DWG
Toolbar : Export Using the GT_IMPEX command, you can export the object
handle into an
Using the GT_IMPEX command, you can export the object handle into anexport file. When used in conjunction with GT_IMPEX command, this provides a useful debugging tool to view and check output records.
command allows you to select multiple DWG files and export them in
various formats. The following formats are supported in different versions
of AutoCAD / BricsCAD as listed below :
AutoCAD 2004, 2005,
This command has been created based on a sample data from a NIKON device that we received. This is still a work-in-progress command. If you encounter difficulties, do please get in touch with us for support and help.