To convert PDF to DXF, you can choose PDF to DXF Converter as the tool. It enables users to convert PDF to many versions of DXF file such as DXF R9/10/12/13/14/15/18/21. It also allows you to convert PDF to DXF file without AutoCAD program installed.
Please download free trial version of PDF to DXF Converter by clicking here. If you want to use the full function after free evaluation, you can buy single-user personal license, single-user commercial license, multi-user personal license, multi-user commercial license or site license for the application.
The interface of PDF to DXF Converter in Figure1 is given for your better understanding the application. Please see the file list locates in the upper-left corner, which is used to list the PDF document. Below the file list, there are several buttons. "Open" is used to add PDF document to the list from the computer. "Remove" is for removing some file from the list. "Remove All" is just for removing or deleting all the files from the list. If you want to see the preview of the PDF document, please see the "Preview" frame on the right. Below the frame, you should choose the output format as "DXF".
When you click on the "Advanced" button, you can set some other parameters for the conversion from PDF to DXF. For example, you can choose the version of the DXF file in "Output Format" combo box. If the CAD program on your computer is a low version one, you'd better choose the low version of DXF format. In "Conversion Mode" combo box, there are three modes for your choice and you can use any one of them. The "Splines Mode" combo box supplies two kinds of splines for the conversion. If you need to rotate the PDF document by a degree, please input the degree in the "Rotate" spin box. You can also convert some single page of the PDF document to DXF file by inputting the page number in "Extract a specific page" group box. For magnifying or minifying the PDF document, you can input the factors in "X-direction" and "Y-direction" edit boxes. Then please click on "Convert" button.
You can see the comparison between the original PDF document and the output DXF file in Figure2 and Figure3.