Creates point objects or blocks at measured intervals along the length or perimeter of an object.
The resulting points or blocks are always located on the selected object and their orientation is determined by the XY plane of the UCS.
Use PTYPE to set the style and size of all point objects in a drawing.
The points or blocks are placed in the Previous selection.
You can use the Node object snap to draw an object by snapping to the point objects.
The following prompts are displayed.
Places point objects at the specified interval along the selected object, starting at the endpoint closest to the point you used to select the object.
Measurement of closed polylines starts at their initial vertex (the first one drawn).
Measurement of circles starts at the angle from the center set as the current snap rotation angle. If the snap rotation angle is 0, then the measurement of the circle starts to the right of center, on its circumference.
The illustration shows how MEASURE marks 0.5-unit distances along a polyline, with the PDMODE system variable set to 35.
Places blocks at a specified interval along the selected object.
After you specify the segment length, the block is inserted at the specified interval. If the block has variable attributes, these attributes are not included.