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Standardize the Radii of Multiple Circles
Tip# 3918 By Theodorus Winata On 17-Jun-2012
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Categories : Curved Objects
Software type : AutoCAD 2013
Change all the circles in a selection set to have radii of equal size.

This is a short, but effective bit of code from Theodorus Winata that automates what would otherwise be a more lengthy task. This routine takes a selection set of circles in AutoCAD and changes each radius so that they are all the same size. Load the LISP file and type in the comment CRA. When prompted, select the circles you want to change (you don't have to worry about picking other objects, because the routine automatically filters out everything except circles). Next, enter the new radius size and press Enter. All of the circles will be resized.


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Comment by Cooper,Kent
Posted on 2012-06-18 09:19:27
Another way to do that, only slightly more work but without the need for a routine or a command name: build a pick-first selection containing Circles, and in the Properties box, pull down the list where it says "All (#)" [unless you've selected nothing other than Circles] and select the "Circle (#)" entry to isolate those from the other entity types, then in the Geometry category, pick in the Radius window where it says *VARIES* [unless they're already of equal radii], and enter your desired common radius value. You can also directly set their Diameter instead, if that's the value you know.