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PDF to CAD

Unlike many other image file formats, you don’t need any special software to open a PDF—all you need is a web browser. It’s this versatility that has made PDF such a popular file format for sharing and collaborating. Unfortunately, if you or one of your fellow designers wanted to edit your PDF using CAD software, you’d first have to convert it to a vector format, such as DXF or DWG. This process is technically very tricky—but with Scan2CAD, you can convert your PDF in just a few clicks, ready to be used in CAD software.
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How to Convert PDF – Raster to Vector

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PDF, short for Portable Document Format, is a versatile file format that can store both raster and vector elements/objects. This attribute has influenced its’ popularity within the design, engineering, architecture, and even photography communities. It can store raster images and scanned…

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PDF to CAD Converter

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Intro One of the most commonly used formats when it comes to file-sharing in this digital age is the PDF file. It’s a useful format for those who specifically value compact file-sizes since PDF files typically have smaller sizes than their…

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How to Convert PDF to BricsCAD

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Video tutorial: Converting a PDF for BricsCAD In this video tutorial, we show how to convert a raster or vector PDF to BricsCAD using Scan2CAD. BricsCAD is a CAD software developed by Bricsys NV, a company that specializes in 2D and…

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FAQs: DXF Conversion

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Want to convert a file to DXF file format? With its ability to be used across different CAD programs, it’s easy to see why it’s so popular. You might not know, however, that converting files to DXF is a breeze. So…

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