This DWG fix tool is capable of restoring the contents of corrupted AutoCAD files of all versions better and faster.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2014
Fix Outlook, a company known for its vast portfolio of specialized data recovery products and the developer of DWG Fix Toolbox, announces the immediate availability of the new DWG Fix Toolbox, a powerful replacement for its predecessors and a tool that has a unique capability to restore images from the most severely damaged AutoCAD DWG files. Intended for professional designers, architects and engineers, this DWG fix tool, however, features a very simple, minimalistic interface with a minimum of control elements that works extremely well even for users who have never dealt with similar software. http://www.autocad.fixtoolbox.com/
This DWG fix tool opens damaged *.dwg files of AutoCAD, extracts their contents and saves them to a new AutoCAD project that is fully ready for editing. The program supports virtually every version of AutoCAD that can be found on today’s market, including 2000, 2000i, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012. The software automates most of the recovery process, allowing the user only to preview some of the data being recovered and make a few choices followed by confirmation clicks. http://www.fixtoolbox.com/
Since the product comes with an integrated DWG file viewer, user can preview the contents of opened files and even use planning and zooming to clarify details. At the end of the recovery process, the program displays a detailed log of the current session containing recovery statistics and other relevant information. For companies and individuals, the use of this DWG fix tool is a good chance to save money and time on third-party services, especially if they plan to use the program on a regular basis. http://www.fixtoolbox.com/download.html
“The new version of DWG Fix Toolbox is a perfect pick for any serious professional using AutoCAD in their work. No matter how well you are protected, accidents happen and DWG files also get corrupted,” says Boris Bobrov, Head of Development at Fix Toolbox. “Our product lets you get straight to the point and get your data a few minutes later.”
The free demo version that limits the number of item processed per recovery is available on the company’s website. http://www.fixtoolbox.com/products.html