Convert GPX Maps to DXF

GPX to DXF

GPX vs DXF Comparison

Property GPX DXF
Extensions .gpx .dxf
Name GPS Exchange Drawing Exchange Format
Versions
  • Min: AutoCAD 2010
  • Max: AutoCAD 2024
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GPX to DXF Conversion

This list contains valuable resources, filled with step-by-step instructions and expert tips for converting GPX maps to DXF format using our converters. Explore them now to expedite your GPX maps conversion later.


GPX GPS Exchange File

A format widely used for creating and exploring maps, routes, and tracks for various activities such as traveling, biking, running, and geocaching. It has the following features:

  • XML Format: The GPX format is based on XML, which is a standard and human-readable markup language. It can store GPS location data in a structured and consistent way. It can also be easily parsed and validated by various software applications.
  • Data Storage: The GPX format can store three types of GPS location data:
    • Waypoints: Points of interest with GPS coordinates, such as landmarks, destinations, or checkpoints.
    • Routes: Sequences of waypoints that provide directions for a planned journey.
    • Tracks: Records of your movement with a series of points that trace your path.
  • GPX Converter: Automapki Application for AutoCAD, BricsCAD, and ZWCAD allows you to import and export GPX files directly in your DWG map editor. You can combine GPS location data with your CAD designs and visualize them in a map context. Our add-on also supports the conversion of the coordinate systems and the projection of the GPS data onto the georeferenced DWG drawing.

DXF Drawing Exchange File

A universal file format for exchanging DWG drawing data between AutoCAD and other programs. It has the following features:

  • ASCII Format: The DXF format is text-based and uses a standard syntax to store DWG drawing data. It can be easily edited and viewed with any text editor or viewer.
  • Exchange of DWG Drawing: DXF serves as a conduit for exchanging DWG drawing data between AutoCAD and other programs. This is particularly beneficial as the native DWG file format is proprietary and requires a license to use.
  • DXF Converters: Autoconverter and Automesher Application allow you to import and export DXF files, and convert them into various other file formats. You can use our products to convert 3D meshes into a set of DXF faces organized in colored layers. This allows you to further process and modify your drawing data using your default DWG editor.