What is DXF?
DXF is AutoCAD's drawing interchange format. The DXF file format was originally designed by AutoDesk® to represent 3D models built with AutoCAD®.
DXF files can be either ASCII (DXF) or binary format (DXB).
The OpenDWG Alliance is an association of users and vendors who are committed to the promotion of Autodesk's DWG drawing file format as an open industry standard for the exchange of computer aided design (CAD) drawings.
Solid Converter DWG uses the DWGdirect libraries from OpenDWG for conversion between the different formats of DXF releases (R12, R13, R14, R2000 and R2004).
Solid Converter DWG also allows you to simplify complex objects for importing into applications that do not support these object types.