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How to open an Inventor assembly in AutoCAD Mechanical 2004 DX?

A - answer Mechanical 2004 DX (resp. Inventor Companion/Inventor Link) directly supports Inventor parts(.IPT). Make a derived part from your assembly, then open it in Mechanical 2004 DX.
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See also:
Tip 10936:Using assemblies in Inventor LT.
Tip 4145:How to create a 3D model from 2D views.
Tip 2519:How to mirror an assembly or subassembly in MDT?
Tip 1529:Which files are used by Inventor to save my models?
Tip 1341:How to convert 3D assembly model between Mechanical Desktop, AutoCAD, Inventor - and - Unigraphics, Catia, ProEngineer, CADDS, Icem, I-Deas, SolidWorks, SolidEdge?

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