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With the availability of so many conversion softwares and online services, people often consider PDF to CAD conversion as a simple process that doesn’t require any expertise. However, one must not forget that these converted drawings provide a starting platform for the future design process, so PDF to CAD conversion cannot be taken lightly. A lot depends on the quality of these drawings, even the slightest of errors or lack of clarity could lead to major design flaws later. Certain issues make the process a complex one and make the services of skilled and experienced vendors or in-house teams absolutely necessary.

A PDF file contains text, words and even sentences, as strings of individual characters, each character with specific positional and style information. Even a slight inaccuracy can spoil the end result of the PDF to CAD conversion and make the resultant text indecipherable or at least inaccurate and difficult to read.

Similarly, a vector PDF file contains very basic entities and doesn’t have any CAD circle or arc entities. The arcs and circles are thus made out of either several short lines that are hard to manage, or out of Bezier curves that are equally tough to negotiate. Top-quality can be ensured only by using a good software and employing skilled and experienced professionals to do the job.

PDF to CAD conversion is the lifeline of the construction industry in many ways. It is imperative to ensure top-quality drawings so that designers may go ahead with their job without worrying about the inaccuracies or errors.

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