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Free Lisp - Mark Chainage along Alignment

An alignment represents the path where perpendicular lines along the alignment indicate cross sections. It is a practice to mark each cross section line with proper labeling like “Chainage at 30 M”. This labeling includes prefix, suffix, decimal precision of the chainage, increment, cross section line length and the change points, which represent the change in path or direction of the alignment. Marking each cross section line along an alignment with proper labeling will make the drawing more readable. Marking these cross sections lines and labeling them in CAD takes a lot a time. Whereas using the MCH command, marking cross section lines along with the labels is done in one step.

Use Mark Chainage Lisp to Mark Chainages in Road, Railway and Irrigation Projects.

Free Lisp MCH
Free Lisp MCH
Sl.No Options Description Example

1

Prefix Prefix Value before Chainage Number

Ch.

2

Suffix Suffix Value after Chainage Number

M

3

Starting Chainage Starting Chainage Value

0

4

Increment Chainage Increment Value

30

5

Chainage text Distance How far the Chainage Caption be aware from Section Line

1

6

Precision Chainage Precision

2

7

Cross Section Line Length Cross Section Line Length

20

8

Including change point Yes/No

No

click Ok button and Select the Alignment Line (L Section Line): (Select the LS Line)

Free Lisp MCH
Download Compiled Lisp Files:
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Attachments:
Mark_Chain.des
Mark_Chain.fas