Raster to Vector Conversion
RasterToVector.biz is the leading provider of raster to vector conversion services , with over 2000 clients in North America, Europe and Asia. Just upload your scanned image using the form above and we’ll vectorize it for you. If you have multiple files, you can upload them separately or zip them into a zip file and upload the zip file. We can vectorize drawings, logos, photographs, scanned text — literally any image in any format.
Here are key advantages of our raster to vector conversion services:
- We normally create a drawing as a new file; the final output is editable and will be in the CAD format of your choice (e.g. DXF, DWG, DGN, etc.).
- Since we create a new file, we can create as many layers as you require. We generate separate layers for dimensions,text, body, hidden lines, and centerlines, etc.
- Text is has its own separate layer.
- Dimensions are intact and and have their own separate layer.
We perform the above with the highest accuracy because we don’t rely on vectorization software. During our raster to vector conversion process, we manually redraw the scanned drawings so that they are fully editable and layered. Your vectorized drawings will have editable text in its own layer, editable line types, associative dimensions (adjustable) associative hatch patterns (editable), symbols & blocks of standard components, and title blocks.
Despite our manual process, we are able to price our services at surprisingly affordable rates. Use the form at the top of this page to submit a job and get a quick quotation.
If you are looking for a very low cost solution, manual vectorization is not the answer. Instead, click here for a free trial of our auto-vectorization service. The problem with auto-vectorization is that the software picks up every speck. So you have to go through the vectorized file and de-speckle it. Also, for engineering or architectural drawings auto-vectorization leads to a mismatch between the dimensions shown on the drawings and the lines drawn. This is because lines can be distorted during the scanning process. At this time, there is no software that will ensure that the length of lines matches the dimensions indicated on the drawings.