Paper To CAD Conversions

"Professional CAD Conversion Services Just an Email Away!"

In 1995 iCadTec.com recognized an industry-wide requirement for the paper to CAD conversions of hard copy drawings to professional AutoCAD record drawings.

To them, this more than justified the cost of converting their hard copies to professional CAD format; for to loose the originals, meant a much more costly avenue of replacement.

We're here to help you keep your precious data up-to-date and in a reusable format.

Many of our existing clientele had archives of data in paper format that they now wanted to be able to access from their CAD systems.

These clients also had concerns that the deteriorating paper drawings would soon be unusable or could easily be destroyed by fire or water damage.

To them, this more than justified the cost of converting their hard copies to professional CAD format; for to loose the originals, meant a much more costly avenue of replacement.

We're here to help you keep your precious data up-to-date and in a reusable format.

Included in your project:

For projects that contain 200+ large format sheets, you will receive:

  • Free shipping, by our preferred shipper, of your original paper drawings from your destination anywhere in Canada or the continental United States to our office.  Return of the original paper drawings to your office is also included.

  • Free scanning of your original paper drawings into raster format for the purpose of paper to CAD conversion.

  • Free archiving on CD Rom in raster format of your original paper drawings. This will safely backup your original documentation.

  • Professional CAD conversion of your originals.

  • Completed within your required time frame.

  • Competitive prices.

For all our CAD conversion projects you can feel sure that our work is GUARANTEED.


CAD Conversion Guarantee

We guarantee that our work on cad conversion projects will be accurate to that of your legible originals or we will make the necessary changes free of charge.


By using up-to-date technology we undertake the task of transforming your important paper documents while ensuring that the digital translations meet the strictest project requirements. Compatibility and accuracy are of utmost importance to us as well as maintaining project time lines, requirements and standards.

We are capable of transforming paper drawings and scanned images to AutoCAD format by means of raster to vector conversion, digitizing, and, manual re-creation.

Manual re-creation is best used when creating as-built drawings, or "record drawings", that may have numerous amendments


View a sample paper to CAD conversion from an aged paper drawing to a professional AutoCAD drawing.



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