Convert DXF to SVG
Total CAD Converter is a versatile tool that converts DXF files to a group of widely accepted formats, including SVG, PDF, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, WMF, PNG, BMP, DXF, CGM, HPGL. The program has an intuitive interface, so even novice users find it easy to work with. The program features a wizard that will help you adjust your settings. Total CAD Converter has batch function, which enables you to convert scores of files in one go. Besides, it can resize and rotate your DXF files as well.
How To Use This DXF Converter
Total CAD Converter is the handiest tool imaginable. All you need to do is run it, select the folder with DXF files and check the files you wish to convert. Then click SVG. To batch-convert DXF files, use Check All option. All the files will be check-marked automatically. The program wizard will offer you default settings. However, you can specify your own settings. The wizard will remember your previously made settings, so you won’t have to adjust them every next time you need to convert DXF to SVG.
Total CAD Converter is apt to seamlessly integrate into Windows. Once it is installed on your PC, Convert to option appears in the right-button popup menu. Now you can convert a DXF file to SVG right from the desktop. Command line support permits you to manage your files from within other applications.
Total CAD Converter is available for online purchase. Prior to buying, you can download the free trial version (valid for 30 days) and see how it works. Registered users are entitled to regular free updates and tech support.
Why Make DXF into SVG?
DXF (Drawing Exchange Format) is an open source data CAD format, which ensures effective data interchange between AutoCAD and other applications. DXF is supported by most programs, so almost all CAD drawings can be represented in DXF. However, DXF files have a complex structure and therefore need to be saved in less bulky formats for easier management. To save a DXF file in SVG, it is advisable to use this SVG Converter.
SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) is an XML-based language that represents 2D graphic information. It describes both static and dynamic information. SVG files comprise various types of interactive components, which include texts, animation, graphics, etc. SVG format supports three basic types of graphics: vector graphics (primitive objects), raster graphics (images imported from other applications) and texts.