I've contacted Clipsal (Schneider Electric) regarding the electrical symbols they use on their Essential Checklist Project Planner.http://www.clipsal.com/homeowner/__data/page/81/G0000062.pdf
Unfortunately, I'm told it's only available in png format even though the link above is to a pdf :roll:
The format used that is showing in Essential Checklist is in .png. We use this format for our Electrical Upselling Software called Clipspec.
What I believe you need is this software to grow your business and professional presenting plans to your clients.
This software accepts .dwg and exports .dwg as the final electrical drawing. It does calculates every product you drop to the plan and gives you the total value spent.
Does anyone know of a manufacturer that makes their symbols available in dwg, dxf, 3ds or skp format?
I just want to be able to offer my clients room plans at 1:20 or 1:10 with an Electrical Legend which they can markup. I'd then update the plan & print for them. Any suggestions as to the sort of fees you'd charge for this service?
As an aside, I zoomed to 3200% in the above pdf & it doesn't become pixellated so I'm assuming it's a vector pdf. Can someone @Cadsoft confirm that we'll be able to snap to all the endpoints & intersections in that pdf? (with the US$500 pdf module)