As popular and widely-used as they are, PDF files still have plenty of limitations. For example, they’re often not suitable for being used as a mean to store, transport, and edit CAD data. Many CAD applications don’t even support PDF files at all. That’s why it’s often needed to convert PDF files to files that are universally compatible with CAD applications. Aide PDF to DWG Converter is a neat and handy tool that allows you to convert PDF files to the most popular CAD formats that exist: the DWG and DXF files. As you can see, though its title only mentions the DWG format, this cool utility can also convert to DXF file format as well.
Aide PDF to DWG Converter is capable of batch converting multiple PDF files at the same time, and even all their pages, to the CAD files, in one single easy step. It can also extract and convert embedded raster images from PDF files. Last but not least, it also lets you choose the output scale and the version for the created CAD files, from AutoCAD 2.5 to AutoCAD 2015 DWG/DXF.
This handy tool is also very easy to use thanks to its simple, neat, and intuitive interface. Even complete beginners can use it without any problem.
To sum it all up, Aide PDF to DWG Converter is a nice tool that does a great job at converting PDF documents to CAD DWG and DXF files. Its only disadvantage is its very high price, but you can try it for free for 20 runs, with a limit of 5 files converted at once.
- Easy-to-use interface.
- Supports batch conversions.
- Can extract embedded images
- Too expensive