Art Of Architectural PDF To CAD Conversion
Architectural PDF to CAD Conversion is not an easy job, it’s an art that needs a lot of skill and experience. People often think that the Architectural PDF to CAD conversion is an insignificant part of the process and just any Tom Dick and Harry can perform it, yet it requires a great amount of practice to perfect. As is well known, professionals in the construction industry- architects, structural engineers, services consultants, and contractors etc- use CAD softwares. These softwares use DWG or DXF file formats for creating heavy two dimensional and three dimensional designs and holding this design data. However, these DWG files are too heavy to email when they are required to be sent to desired persons. In this case these files are converted into PDF files for emailing. On receiving these files, the recipient has to reconvert these PDF files into DWG format in order to be able to view and edit them as desired. Now the problem here is that there are no CAD arc or circle entities in a vector PDF file. These arcs and circles have to be either made out of many short lines which are extremely difficult to edit or out of Bezier curves that are equally hard to handle. Thus a lot of hard work and sophistication goes into this architectural PDF to CAD conversion if we need to have good output. Organizations are, therefore, employing specialists for the job or outsourcing the work to experienced vendors.