pdf2cad Pro SDK w/ 50 Runtimes or 3 Server Licenses

pdf2cad Pro SDK w/ 50 Runtimes or 3 Server Licensespdf2cad Pro SDK drives conversion from PDF to the industry-standard DXF CAD interchange and archive format. The compact and high-performance pdf2cad PRO SDK DLL is based on our proven FLY SDK engine which delivers the highest degree of accuracy combined with the flexibility developers need to control the conversion process on a granular level. Using the unique Intelligent Configuration Options, developers can control output and compensate for deficiencies in the source or target file format when integrating conversions or import/export capabilities into applications.

The pdf2cad Pro SDK is licensed per application or project. It includes 50 end-user runtimes or the right to run the resulting process on up to three limited production servers each limited to converting a maximum of 10,000 files per year. If broader distribution of your derivative work is expected, choose the pdf2cad Pro+ SDK which includes 250 end-user runtimes or the right to run the resulting process on up to five limited production servers each supporting a maximum of 10,000 file conversions per year. The resulting applications or processes may not be distributed or deployed externally or commercially without a run-time license per user or per server. The pdf2cad Pro Series SDK’s are not expandable. They must be upgraded to FLY SDK licenses if additional users or production capacity are required.

The SDK is available for Microsoft Windows as a DLL and on Mac OS X, Linux, Sun, HP and IBM UNIX operating systems as a Command-line interface.

For commercial development purposes beyond these limits, please refer to the FLY CAD SDK or contact us for more information and to discuss your project.
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