IT-developers fCoder SIA improves their software products in terms of work with CAD files by adding new features and supported formats
Engineers and other specialists often have to convert data from one type to another in order to make changes or add notes to drawings. Sometimes there’s a need to print a series of drawings for preview or approval. If done manually, these tasks would require much time, and new improvements and features can solve this issue.
Automated printing and conversion of CAD files
Whether there is a task to automate printing on a printer or plotter, convert a bunch of DWGs to PDF in black and white for preview, print a large detailed PDF containing complex CAD drawings, print a floor plan at a specific scale, or accomplish something similar, this can be done faster with software by fCoder. It can process industry-specific CAD formats, such as DWG, DXF, DFT, DWF, SLDDRW, EDRW, PLT, HPGL, and more. It may be very handy for those involved in the computer-aided design, engineering, manufacturing (CAD, CAE, CAM), product design and construction.
These are some new features and improvements added in the latest versions:
Document processing engines of these programs are capable of manipulating large volumes of drawings. The software is compatible with any type of printer (plotter) including wide format CAD printers. The company also provides command line software tools and a virtual printer Universal Document Converter which is compatible with most other programs.
Moreover, most of these tools can perform auto-rotating, splitting, merging, watermarking, renaming of documents and have other options to adjust or manipulate a document.
It can take much time when there’s a need to batch print or plot a series of DWG files to certain printers or plotters or to publish them to the PDF format if one does it manually. The software can do it faster – in batches or automatically. It can save many work hours when printing (plotting), conversion to another format, or both.