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Old Wed 07 March 2012, 08:50
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
Killing duplicate lines in AutoCAD

Use the Overkill command

Or, use a CAM program that recognises duplicates and treats them as only one line.
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Old Wed 07 March 2012, 08:57
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
Before Overkill and better CAM, I used a Lisp routine DELDUP. See
http://www.cadeverything.com/help/sh...s-LISP-(DELDUP)
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Old Wed 07 March 2012, 13:52
jessyjames
Just call me: James
 
Reno, Nevada
United States of America
Wow Gerald I did not know off the "overkill" command. Pretty neat. Thanks
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Old Wed 07 March 2012, 17:12
MetalHead
Just call me: Mike
 
Columbiana AL
United States of America
Lisp... Sweet. Been years since I saw that piece of Autocad mentioned.
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Old Wed 07 March 2012, 19:47
KenC
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Klang
Malaysia
Sweet!
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Old Fri 09 March 2012, 17:15
Surfcnc
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Queensland
Australia
Overkill, not only a way of life, a great Autocad command too.

Ross
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