Point Cloud to AutoCAD - Scan to CAD Conversion

Point Cloud to AutoCAD - Scan to CAD Conversion Services

We provide accurate and detailed Point Cloud to AutoCAD or Scan to CAD Conversion services in USA, UK, UAE, Canada, Australia, India,  Germany, Sweden, and many other 20+ countries.

Advantages of Outsourcing Point Cloud to AutoCAD Conversion Services to Us

Our Pragmatic Approach for Developing HVAC Drawing Services for Our Global Clients

Step 1

Examining Data for Point Cloud to CAD Conversion

The quality, discipline, and amount of detail of the 2D designs are examined by our highly trained engineers and architects. The discipline and complexity of point cloud data determine which AutoCAD drafters shall be assigned. We conduct online meetings with our customers to understand the scope of work in full detail. Many of our customers require large-scale Scan to CAD conversion. We have full-time resources available to give cad conversion services to clients from a range of AEC backgrounds across the world.

Step 2

Registering Point Cloud Data

We usually receive registered point cloud scans from clients. However, often professionals share unregistered data with us. We use software such as Recap Pro for registering the scanned data and then evaluate the quality of scans.

Step 3

Creating a Single Project File

We create a single project file, using the registered point cloud scans, that is importable in software such as Revit and AutoCAD. We use this file as a reference for creating Point Cloud to AutoCAD conversion. Cresire create a single point cloud file using software such as Recap Pro. This process generally takes significant time depending upon the sizes of each point cloud scans.

Step 4

AutoCAD Conversion Template Creation For Point Cloud To AutoCAD

For generating a template for the scan to cad, we use point cloud data as a reference. Before generating the final AutoCAD drawing, our team of skilled engineers and architects present draughts to our clients for evaluation. We welcome feedback, recommendations, and adjustments from our customers. At this point, we've taken into account all of our clients' comments and improvements.

Step 5

Converting Point Cloud to DWG

We add design details in the AutoCAD template using the PDF file as a guide. The translation from Point Cloud to CAD is done with extreme precision and correctness, leaving no potential for doubt in the final design. For comprehensive drawing development, we use a variety of AutoCAD software versions. After the Scan to CAD process is completed, we examine the final DWG files before delivering the deliverables to our clients.

We offer Tailored Point Cloud to AutoCAD Conversion Services

We provide interior modeling services in all construction sectors. Our common services include:

Frequently Asked Questions By Our Clients

What is Point Cloud Conversion?

Point cloud conversion is the process of converting the scanned point cloud data to usable 3D models or CAD designs.  The process requires experts with significant expereince of using software such as Recap Pro, AutoCAD and Revit.

Can you Generate a CAD Model from my 3D Point Cloud?

Yes, we can generate CAD models using 3d point cloud data. We process the 3d point cloud in Recap Pro and then export in the format that is usable in AutoCAD.

How Accurate are Point Clouds?

Point clouds if scanned properly are highly accurate. Laser scanners captures millions of data points per seconds giving deep seated design information of a building. These scans are used to develop precise CAD designs and models.

Can you Import a Point Cloud in AutoCAD?

Yes, we can import Point Cloud data in AutoCAD.

How to Convert Point Cloud data to 3D Model?

The simple word point cloud data is first processed in Recap pro software and then imported into Revit in RCP format. Using the geometry of the scanned data, Revit technicians use features offered by Revit software to develop a 3d model.

What is the Purpose of Point Cloud in AutoCAD?

Using point cloud data in AutoCAD allows construction professionals to trace the geometry and develop precise DWG plans and elevations.

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