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Kate M

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Evaluating users/drawings
« on: October 29, 2004, 09:14:40 AM »
Most of our drawings *look* okay when plotted, but are still not done correctly, i.e. non-associative hatches, poor block management, weird stuff with dimensions and leaders...but again, you can't find the problems on a hardcopy.

My question is -- do any of you have a process for checking on your drafters electronically? I can trust the other engineers to catch things that look wrong on paper, but I usually don't know about electronic mistakes until I have to actually edit the drawing (revise a detail, move some plan stuff), by which time it's usually too late.

Any suggestions?

ELOQUINTET

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Evaluating users/drawings
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2004, 09:35:17 AM »
what about the standards checker built into autocad. i also use a few lisps to check dimension precision and text overrides. that's why standards are so very important so you know what you're dealing with when opening another persons drawing. that's why i'm trying to implement some here cos it's drivin me nuts good luck kate