System Requirements:

OS:Compatible with XP, Vista, Win7, Win8, Win10
RAM: 1024MB or greater, executable program takes 27Mb, loaded with a drawing file will take more RAM depends on the size of drawing file.
HD: 40MB free hard drive spaces to install

 

Technical Support:

Free technical support is available to all customers, any question please contact: info@autodwg.com.

 

Conversion service:

You do not have to install program on your machine, just email your PDF/Image file to us and we will run the program and then email the converted dwg/dxf file back to you, please provide your order ID and the original file(s), then we will email you back as soon as we can.

 

Update:

You’ll enjoy one year free update service since you buy the software. After expiry, you can continue using the software but no more updates will be available unless you purchase.

Quick Start

PDF to DWG Stand-Alone Version:

PDF to DWG Converter Stand-Alone, a stand alone application which allows you to convert PDF files to DWG or DXF files in few easy steps. It supports AutoCAD versions from 2.5 to 2018.

Steps to convert PDF into DWG and DXF:

  • Add source PDF file and choose target
    PDF2DWG-SA-screenshot
  • Choose pages to convert
      If you would like to convert single page or separated pages in a PDF, please choose your page number and convert. Different page numbers should be separated by commas and when you are converting serial pages, please add hyphen between the pages.
      For example, if you are converting pages "2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 23", you can enter the pages in the Pages column or just enter in "2,5-8,23" as well.
  • Click the "convert" button to start the conversion
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    Raster to Vector Conversion Settings:

    If the PDF is a scanned raster file, please set the "image option" first:

    Step 1: Switch to the "Scanned Image" tab.
    Step 2: Check the option of "Convert scanned image to vector object".
    Step 3: Set the tracing line type and the image background color to convert.
    Step 4: Check out the Conversion Result.

    Raster2Vector-settings

    When you convert scanned raster PDF into vector DWG file, the "Good" results after the conversion is completely dependent on how "clean" the PDF is, how unbroken and uniform the lines are, and how good the contrast is between the lines and the background area around those lines.

     

    Pro Batch Version:

    Batch Processing

    Batch processing is available in the purchased version.

    Add PDF into the list and click the convert button, now wait and see.
    batch-processing