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Convert PDF and PostScript to DXF for CAD
edit and repurpose in CAD
machines & HPGL plotters
store and publish drawings in XML
create universally readable archives
import into Visio as DXF and convert to Visio for editing
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The PDF files must be vector based for conversion in pdf FLY. This
means the PDF was originally
created from CAD vectors, typically by using Adobe Acrobat Distiller.
A vector PDF can
never be created by scanning to PDF format or by inserting a raster image into a
PDF. You can read lots more about this
If you need to convert a PDF that you know was
created from a scan or raster image
PostScript PS or EPS files
How can I tell if I have a vector
or a raster
|Output formats are:
DXF for CAD/CNC (e.g. import & edit in
AutoCAD, Catia, Visio, etc).
SVG for XML and Web publishing.
BMP, EPS, MIF
for desktop publishing.
HPGL - convert PDFs to print on your
CGM, EMF, WMF for archiving.
||Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, NT4 or 98.
Unix: Sun Solaris, HP-UX, IBM AIX, Linux.
Price: US$245.00 for Windows interactive version.
(call for Unix and Windows batch/command line version pricing).
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Command line driven batch conversion version: for both Windows and UNIX
pdfFLY to run server-side, fully automated, as part of an
enterprise data management system or Web-based application.
1) Raster content in PDFs: pdf FLY is designed
to convert the vector content of PDF files. Raster content in PDF
files, produced from scans or raster image formats like TIFF, does not contain
vector graphics. When a PDF containing raster content is processed through pdf FLY the result will be the same
raster image in JPEG format, not editable vector graphics. For conversion of image-only
PDF files to vectors see TracTrix software.
If you don't know whether you have vector or image-only PDF files please
see our explanation or
send us a sample PDF and we'll tell
you which it is.
2) Conversion entities: The vector types in a
PDF file do not match exactly the vector types in DXF. Consequently some
entities will be created using DXF line types that differ from those you
would use if you were to create the file in a CAD application. You should
therefore expect that some manual clean-up of the DXF may be required.
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vector formats such as DWG or IGES.