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Convert PDF to AutoCAD Formats for Free

When sharing AutoCAD-created documents, geospatial professionals often receive maps, projects, drawings and models from others in the PDF format. PDF is preferred not only for the fact that it is a compact format and visible on all platforms, but for security reasons as well.

However, editing PDF files is not easy to do, especially when it comes to maps and models. Because of this, users will sometimes need to convert their PDFs back into an editable DWG or DXF format file in order to edit them.

The site convertpdftoautocad.com can help you here – it converts AutoCAD-designed PDF files back to 3D modeling AutoCAD formats simply, swiftly and completely free of charge.  Even if you are working with larger documents, files up to 40 MB in size can be uploaded and converted quickly and accurately.

The process is very simple: Visit the website, upload your PDF, and enter a valid email address to which the link for downloading your converted file will be sent.  Your email address and files are deleted after 24h in accordance to the service’s strictly regulated privacy principles and policies.

You will see in the converted document that all the elements of your work present in the PDF stay preserved - every line, symbol, grid, text, and scale bars of your project.

 

 

 

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Project Butterfly: Edit AutoCAD Drawings over the Web

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Geoff introduces Project Butterfly, an Autodesk Technology Preview tools that allows you to edit AutoCAD drawings over the web.

From the entry: "With Project Butterfly, AutoCAD users can share and work on DWG files with colleagues and clients from any computer with an Internet connection.

Project Butterfly also allows you to create designs using your browser. You can save your design as a local drawing file, or as long as you have created it via the cloud, you can leave it in the cloud, which means that you can share DWG files with others in distant locations without the need to transmit files.

Anyone can access Project Butterfly. You don't need to have AutoCAD installed, and you don’t even need to have a Project Butterfly account."

See also previous AutoCAD-related stories below.Story imported from the previous Slashgeo.org Slashcode site, user comments have not been migrated. For more information, please read Welcome to the new Slashgeo.org!. Thank you for your understanding.

Geoff introduces Project Butterfly, an Autodesk Technology Preview tools that allows you to edit AutoCAD drawings over the web.

From the entry: "With Project Butterfly, AutoCAD users can share and work on DWG files with colleagues and clients from any computer with an Internet connection.

Project Butterfly also allows you to create designs using your browser. You can save your design as a local drawing file, or as long as you have created it via the cloud, you can leave it in the cloud, which means that you can share DWG files with others in distant locations without the need to transmit files.

Anyone can access Project Butterfly. You don't need to have AutoCAD installed, and you don’t even need to have a Project Butterfly account."

See also previous AutoCAD-related stories below.

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