The BatchPlot is an architectural tool created by Tata Technologies. It intends to aid the engineers and architects plot the drawings and CAD projects in a faster way. From the name itself, the BatchPlot prints and designs these drawings all together at the same time. Generally, the BatchPlot is a data management tool because it enables the user to build a list of files that it will print and plot.
The software's features include searching of related drawing from the inventor's designs. The Batch Plot defines the measurement and the sizes of the projects through the file names or the statement specified in every file. Moreover, the BatchPlot also finds the related drawing from a single assembly file. From the assembly, the BatchPlot finds the detailed drawings and name them as specified. It also supports vaulted files from the AutoDesk CAD files. Apart from this, the software also recognizes AutoCAD DWG files, Autodesk Inventor IDW files, Autodesk Inventor DWG files, and Autodesk DWF files in batch mode. This innovation gives a relief for draftsmen, and architects because it saves time for compiling all the drawings. The AutoDesk BatchPlot also supports other programs of Autodesk. BatchPlot is also associated with Autodesk Vault 2010, Autodesk Vault Workgroup 2010, Autodesk Vault Collaboration 2010, Autodesk Vault Manufacturing 2010, AutoCAD 2010, AutoCAD Mechanical 2010, AutoCAD Electrical 2010 and even Autodesk Inventor 2010. This software was specially designed to be flexible and gives a variety of choice for users.
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