AutoCAD Drawing : How To Remove Plot Stamp ‘Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product’

At one of the Client site, the CAD department got the mail back from his client that why all the Auto CAD files they are summiting are having ‘Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product’ stamp.

I asked my CAD engineer that how was this happened. He replied that the drawing was sent by a consulting designer. I immedeately called an agent who sell AutoCAD and enquired about this. He said that the drawing that is created by using AutoCAD Educational Version will be plotted with the plot stamp ‘Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product’. He also said that there is not any option to remove that plot stamp from the drawing.

It just worried my Client very much as they cannot submit the drawing to the client with that plot stamp. I just started thinking for an idea to remove that plot stamp from my drawing. Suddenly an idea came out of my memory that is the command ‘DXFOUT’. I just took that drawing file from my CAD engineer and opened in AutoCAD with commercial license and exported the drawing to DXF format using the command ‘DXFOUT’. After that i opened that DXF file in AutoCAD closing the previous file. I saved this DXF format file to DWG format and plotted again.

Now i did not see that plot stamp ‘Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product’ in the plot. It made me very happy. So don’t worry if you too have faced a similar problem.

Just save as the plot as DXF & re-plot it.

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27 Responses to AutoCAD Drawing : How To Remove Plot Stamp ‘Produced by an Autodesk Educational Product’

  1. bryan says:

    Thanks for the tip!!

  2. ashok says:

    To convert educational plot stamp dwg file to normal file , you need to do the following things:
    1. After opening the file , in the command line , type : dxfout
    2. Save it with a file name .
    3. in the command line , type : dxfin
    4. Browse the newly saved file.
    5. Lastly save it as the newly stamp free file.
    Done.
    To convert educational plot stamp dwg file to normal file , you need to do the following things: 1. After opening the file , in the command line , type : dxfout2. Save it with a file name .3. in the command line , type : dxfin4. Browse the newly saved file.5. Lastly save it as the newly stamp free file.Done.

  3. sheuwei says:

    thank you so much ashok!!

  4. izak says:

    WOWWWW, your so good bro. I experienced it too.. just now. thanks for the idea bro

  5. hans says:

    doesnt work for me. i got the 2011 version on mac. anyone knows why?

  6. barak says:

    thank u very much…..

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  8. Yogesh says:

    I have affected files, i done 3 files successfully, but 2 file have been remain as it is pl z, give me solution.

  9. SAN says:

    THAN YOU SO MUCH SIR,,

  10. KaiVanChu says:

    Does it apply to AutoCAD 2014? I follow your steps in AutcoCAD 2014, yet I still can’t remove the stamp.

    Thank you very much

  11. Nguyenhoa says:

    thank you very much!

  12. jifaz says:

    thank you so much my dear

  13. Sajeel says:

    Thanks alot it really helpful for us all……..

  14. mohammed faizan says:

    Thanks a lot for the tips… it works… good…

  15. Pola says:

    Thanks for this! :)

  16. Asokan says:

    Thank you very much. Relieved from lot of botheration.
    Thank you for the tip

  17. Angusamy says:

    does not work to me autocad 2012

  18. Riaaz says:

    THANK YOU

  19. Sourav Suman says:

    After removing the educational stamp, how i will convert it to autocad previous version.
    Please Reply soon…

  20. pramod says:

    THANKS A LOT DEAR

  21. RIC QUITEVIS says:

    THANKS A LOT SIR!!!

  22. Mahesh Mane says:

    Really great
    we were facing this problem from long duration,
    its very easy & quick solution

  23. SHIPON says:

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR SMART SOLUTION.

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