For those of you who are seeking free AutoCAD Lisp routines, we have compiled a list of resources that you may find useful. As AutoCAD users, we have all run into situations where it would be
great to reduce repetitive tasks.
Enter the world of Autolisp routines.
AutoLISP is programming code that works specifically with the full version of the AutoCAD brand of CAD software programs.
AutoLISP does not work with the LT (Lite) versions of AutoCAD however.
AutoCAD users can also undertake AutoLISP training and learn the LISP language to develop their own routines.
If you come across any good free AutoLISP routines, please contact us and let us know.
repetitive and tedious tasks to help make our lives a
Free AutoCAD LISP Routines - These helpful lisp routines, created by John Atkinson, can be downloaded for your use.
CAD Corner Canada – A big list of free LISP routines for download to help make your AutoCAD job a little easier. CAD Corner Canada also has an upload link where you can share some of your own Autolisp routines and help out others.
Draftsperson.net LISP Routines - A collection of free routines, utilities and add-ons for Aut- Another good freebie lisp resource that also contains an ADS and ARX applications section.
Manusoft - Another good freebie lisp resource that also contains an ADS and ARX applications section.
Bill DeShawn's Lisp Routines - A nice selection of free downloadable Autolisp routines written by Bill DeShawn.
AutoLISP Exchange - A free LISP site to exchange and share AutoCAD information.
SimpleCAD – A few good AutoLISP files that you can download at no charge.
DotSoft – A nice sized selection of free AutoCAD lisp routines.
If you are looking to enhance your AutoCAD efficiency, then "Hot Tip Harry's Favorite 200 Lisp Routines for AutoCAD" should be part of your CAD library.
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