AutoDWG PDF to DWG Converter
Convert PDF to DWG and DXF files quickly and accurately!

AutoDWG PDF to DWG Converter allows you to quickly and accurately convert PDF files to editable DWG and DXF formats, with support for vector and raster images. It is compatible with AutoCAD versions from R14 to 2024 .

Key features:

  • Enhanced conversion quality with advanced Smart Object Recognition technology.
  • Converts PDF files to fully editable DWG and DXF files.
  • Retains accuracy of lines, arcs, and True Type texts during conversion process.
  • Supports conversion of both single-page and multi-page PDF files.
  • Allows for specific page(s) conversion to DWG/DXF format.
  • Converts raster images to vector entities for more flexibility in editing.
  • Batch conversion is supported in the Pro version, allowing for efficient conversion of multiple files at once.

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Accurate Arc Retention:

Our Smart Object Recognition technology ensures that arcs in the PDF are retained with high accuracy and clarity. See the images below for a comparison between our AutoDWG and a leading competitor.
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Precise Line Retention:

While retaining lines may seem like a basic function, other converters may not always maintain the correct location, shape, and thickness. We have years of experience in dealing with these problems to ensure that our AutoDWG PDF to DWG converter retains lines with precision.

Text Retention:

Want to search and change text? Our converter can handle that too! Selectable texts in the original PDF file are recreated in the DWG/DXF file, making it easy to search and modify the text.

Solid and Hatch Retention:

Whether you need to convert solids and hatches from PDF to DWG or just retain the border lines of those entities, AutoDWG PDF to DWG converter is the ideal solution!

Raster to Vector:

Having hand draw or scanned blueprint? No problem, this program is capable of vectorizing scanned raster images, and converting them to central lines or border lines.
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PDF to DWG converter has supported OCR, optical character recognise, download from here:
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1. What’s the difference between Raster PDF and Vector PDF?

Raster PDF is an image made of hundreds (or thousands or millions) of tiny squares of color information, referred to as either pixels or dots, typical scanned PDF, or photos in a PDF.

Vector PDF uses math to draw shapes using points, lines and curves. Typically electrically created PDF originally from CAD program, or published/converted from CAD drawing files.

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