We offer professional, accurate and fast scan to CAD raster to vector conversion services. All our CAD conversions are done manually to ensure accuracy.
Since we GUARANTEE our manual drawing conversions, we never use software for automated conversion as there is no guarantee of the quality of the results.
Our work is professionally completed by architectural and engineering technologists, using AutoCAD software.
Some AEC companies have old paper drawings ("blueprints") on hand that they would like archived.
The problem is, many of these original hardcopies are very old, difficult to read, and in some cases are disintegrating.
Many firms hire a printing company to scan these original drawings into a raster format for easy viewing.
Other companies need to go one step further and have these raster files converted into a professional CAD format for future use.
convert raster to vector architectural and engineering drawings, an
image file must first be created through a process called scanning. You
are probably familiar with scanning 8-1/2" x 11" letter size sheets
using a desktop scanner, however many AEC blueprints are 24"x36" sizes and bigger and require the use of a large format scanner.
The original paper blueprints (sometimes called as-built drawings) are fed into the large format scanner and raster file formats such as JPEG and TIFF are then created.
On large projects of 200+ large format sheets, we will do the scanning of your original drawings free of charge and the cost shipping of your originals is usually included.
You can also send us large amounts of scanned images using our FTP site or by e-mail for a smaller number of scans. Projects are processed to your company’s CAD standards, or if you prefer, we will convert your project to industry specific CAD standards such as AIA standards.
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Normally when drawing lines, I pick a start point and while dragging the line to another point I have always seen the line before picking the 2nd point.
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