Why do you need to convert PDF file into DWG

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DWG is the well known file format serving many industries with flying colors. Its tempting features lead people to convert their PDF files into DWG format. There are many features which are offered by Drawing Web File (DWG) like-

Editing

You cannot make desired changes in the portable document format. If you want to do so, you will have to redraw the whole drawing. On the other hand, this can be made easily done with DWG format. If you have your drawing in drawing web format, you can easily edit the drawing. For instance, if you need to make mark-up changes in the blueprint of the building, you can easily do without having to redraw the whole image.

Creating Different Layers

It is not possible to create different layers of the same image into PDF format. But, it can be done with the help of drawing web format. For example, if you are making the blueprint of a building, you can show different entities into different layers. In one layer only electric fixtures can be shown and in other only plumbing fixtures can be shown. This helps to demonstrate different entities of the building to the client in better way.

Small File Size 

The size of drawing web file is smaller than portable document file for the same drawing. This helps to transfer the drawing easily via internet. Moreover, it requires less space to store the file.

Different Views Can Be Seen

Different views of an image can be seen under DWG; on the other hand this is not possible with PDF. One image in PDF can show only one view unlikely; former can show all the views of the same file. For instance, if you have made blueprint of any building, you can show all the views of the building to the client. You show him that building from front, rear and side views. It also helps to see two dimensional and three dimensional view of the building.

Resolution

When it comes to enlarging the image to observe everything deeply or to print it on a bigger paper, you have to compromise with the quality of the image under PDF format, since it gets blurred. But, DWG format maintains the quality whether the resolution is increased or decreased, no matter if you enlarge the image up to sixty million dots per square inch (dpi).

Effectively Show Final Look of the Project

The final look of the project can be seen as accomplished building without having even a single construction done. A realistic image can be made which looks like real picture of the building. It can also be added with natural entities to give real look to the picture like swimming pool with water, cloud, land adorned with grass and trees etc.

Precise Measurement

DWG format provides the image with precise measurement as there is no requirement of scale or rulers. This is not possible with portable document file. For example, if you are making a blueprint of the building, then it will provide the measurement of the wall and floor in accurate ratio with original building.

Professionals redraw the images form PDF to DWG and once it is done is lets you take the benefits of all above, mentioned features which are not offered by the former one. They provide you the images which are picture perfect to your requirement and liking. These features of Drawing Web Format make it better than portable document file.

Therefore, more and more people are trying to use of this advanced technology which gives them freedom to do more with images. This also let them give a blow to their business. Format conversion is emerging as tool to make the best use of the images which might seem useless when saved as portable document file.

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This article was published on 2013/11/13