ArchiScale is an easy-to-use Mac OS X software that converts distances using a user-defined scale. It is also able to determine which scale is the best to draw something on a given paper format.

This software is useful for students in first years of architecture schools, when you work without CAD-softwares, and for people using non-numerised documents with uncommon scales.

Features

  • Calculates distance equivalences using a scale
  • Calculates the best scale to fit a paper format
  • Finds the scale of a document
  • Supports 8 metric units, 9 imperial units and ten paper size (A0 to A9).
  • Number format customizable
  • Converts distances from one scale to an other using Scale2Scale mode
  • Creates graphic scale to import in all bitmap editors (like Photoshop)
  • Compatible with Mac OS X Lion (10.7.2) and Mountain Lion

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Additional Project Details

Languages

French, English

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Education, End Users/Desktop, Engineering

User Interface

Cocoa (MacOS X)

Programming Language

Objective C

Registered

2010-11-27