Convert DXF to PDF from Command Line

Total CAD ConverterX

Do you have old AutoCAD DXF files that need to be converted? Originally introduced with AutoCAD version 1.0, the DXF format is over 30 years old now, but despite its age there are many who still use it. This presents a challenge. How do you share old DXF files? One solution is to install DXF to PDF converter on a server to give access to it to all of your employees.

Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8/10

Check out all the benefits that come from using our command line DFX converter. With the Total CAD ConverterX you'll be able to:

Batch convert multiple DXF files.

Merge several DXFs into a single PDF.

Convert DXF files into other popular formats (TIFF, BMP, SVG, DWG, JPG).

Save project builds by creating a .bat file.

Automate frequently used job settings.

Work directly from the command line.

Integrate the app into your Windows shell using ActiveX.

 

Because the converter is installed on your web server, a lot of users online will have access to converting funcinality. In fact, your users won't even need to know how to convert DFX to PDF from Windows command line as long as you do. Drawing from our huge list of available commands, you can set up complex operations that are automatically available to your network users.

Did you know that converting DFX to PDF using the Total CAD ConverterX lets you customize your target outputs?

  • Select color mode (black & white, normal, etc.).
  • Change image orientation (rotate, flip).
  • Control compression levels.
  • Adjust paper size and position.
  • Modify margins and add/omit page border.
  • Add Encryption and set Permissions.
  • Sign with digital certificate.
  • Create a watermark (a page counter, a date, legal notes).

Normally, this kind of technology would cost a small fortune. We provide users with the same utility (and all these extra options) at just a fraction of the cost. Don't take our word for it though - give it a try before you buy. Download our FREE trial version and explore the functionality. Is there a way to improve it? Let us know what you think. We want to hear from you.

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