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Are you a surveyor who uses AutoCAD to do your topographical projects? Would you like to generate contour lines and longitudinal profiles with just a few clicks? Then you need to know TopLISP v2.0, the program that will make your work easier and increase your productivity.

TopLISP v2.0 is a program that integrates with AutoCAD and allows you to generate contour lines and longitudinal profiles from points with X, Y, Z coordinates. You can create MDT surfaces, interpolate and dimension the main contour lines, and generate longitudinal profiles with a simple command. All this in seconds!

TopLISP v2.0 is easy to use and has an illustrated tutorial that shows you step by step how it works. You can choose from three license options to suit your needs and budget. In addition, you get ExportaCAD as a bonus, a program that exports XYZ coordinates from AutoCAD to Excel with numbering.

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