Convert DXF to PS

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DXF is a native format for a range of CAD programs, such as AutoCAD. It is impossible to view DXF drawings without their native application. The only way to do this is to convert drawings into another file type. PS (PostScript) format is one of suitable solutions. If you convert DXF to PS, the files will be viewable in standard graphic viewers or online.

Total CAD Converter features advanced pack of options for getting the copies of DXF copies of the format you need by adjusting such parameters as:

  • Colour palette
  • Rotation
  • Compression mode
  • Paper size and orientation
  • Paper orientation

You can change any parameter value or left them as by default. The program is able to convert DXF to PostScript in batch. Using this feature you are able to process any number of sources, converting them into the same format. You can either convert the drawings into separate files or combine all converted sources into one file. If a few files are converted, the received copies will have the same names as their originals. In the program DXF PS converter is enabled by pressing PS button when DXF sources are checkmarked.

You can manage conversions with the aim of graphic user interface or from command line. Command line mode implies enabling conversion process via text command typed in cmd processor. In this case a CAD converter works without GUI, in a background mode. You can use either of ways that is more suitable for you. When the program is installed on your PC, you will be able to convert any separate DXF file right from the desktop. In the file context menu there will be a ‘convert to' option. Just choose the format you need and the program's settings menu will pop up.

Total CAD Converter is an excellent solution for exporting DXF files to various formats including PS. Get your own copy of this converter right now!

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