Tuesday, 28 May 2013

PDF to AutoCAD Conversion


I don't often talk about AutoCAD... mostly due to the fact that I'm a Revit/BIM geek...
But we still use AutoCAD and AutoCAD has it's place in the BIM process.... 
Deep down I still love AutoCAD!

We typically share CAD files with consultants in a PDF format, or will receive PDF's of the original design when working on a renovation etc.
 When we receive PDF's of a building we'll be working on we typically have to trace or underlay the PDF... until now...

I found a tool that can convert PDF to DWG and DXF 

Convert PDF to AutoCAD:
High quality conversions with lines, arcs, scale presets and texts preserved.
Files of up to 40MB can be uploaded and converted quickly.
It's safe too, apparently any uploaded data, including emails, is deleted in accordance with their privacy policy...

And it's free!

check it out.

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5 comments:

  1. I know about AutoCAD, Rhino and Solidwoks, are there any other good ones and I already have AutoCAD but is solidworks better?.

    Solidworks

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    Architecture CAD

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    PDF To DWG Conversion

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  4. just open PDF in Ai, select page and export as DWG.

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