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How to convert 3D assembly model between Mechanical Desktop, AutoCAD, Inventor - and - Unigraphics, Catia, ProEngineer, CADDS, Icem, I-Deas, SolidWorks, SolidEdge?

A - answer You can use the online conversion service CADVERTER.com by Theorem Solutions. See the cadverter RFQ form on this web page. It is a commerical service provided by the Theorem Solutions company. Conversion application is available also as a plugin for Mechanical Desktop and Inventor.
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21.5.2001    39119x   FAQ  
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applies to: MDT · AutoCAD · Inventor ·

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