Free App Makes Unit Conversions in AutoCAD a Snap

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Unit Conversions in AutoCAD

You may not need to do some tasks each and every day in AutoCAD, but it’s always nice to have an app handy when it does happen. Take unit conversions in AutoCAD. CAD Studio’s Units Conversion app will get your measurements converted quickly and easily with tons of unit options.

AutoCAD unit conversions app

[The app] “converts hundreds of international and historical physical measurement units…length, area, volume, time, mass, density, speed, pressure, force, moment, power, flux, numbers, luminous intensity, electric charge, etc.,” CAD studio writes.

You can also display the conversion palette with the CONVERTUNITS command or from the ribbon. Best part about it? It’s free! Check it out and you can find the download here.

Check out the entire series for more indispensable AutoCAD apps available on the Autodesk App Store.

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