CAD or Computer-Aided Design formats are widely used by professionals in the engineering, architecture, construction and building design industries. They can also have applications in the automotive and aerospace industries, as well as in producing special effects for movies and computer animation. CAD formats are used in creating and editing 2-dimensional or 3-dimensional layered drawings that can be analyzed and optimized, storing for example detailed building projects or product designs.
AutoCAD is one of the most popular software for producing CAD files, with its proprietary DWG and DXF extensions. Other software with similar functions includes IntelliCAD, Caddie and Autodesk. Using reaConverter’s latest edition, CAD formats can be easily converted to other vectors or to more widely accessible raster formats.