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Creat NC files out of Inventer IPT files

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    Posted: 25.Jan.2016 at 21:46
Hello,
 
I'm looking for a way to create NC files (like generated in Tekla Structures for managing cutting/drilling machines) out of Inventor IPT files.
 
Logical is exporting the file from Inventor (2016) into a IFC file but it gives a not 100% complete NC file generated in Tekla Structures (drilling wholes are not recognised)
 
Please help.
 
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Hiya Bas Tims,

I use a company called NC Solutions to convert all of my files. Very useful. Took me ages to find them!!!

I think im allowed to post emails on here so send them a message and see if they can help you: Ncdstv@gmail.com

I send them iges files and they convert them fairly quickly.

Hope this helps!
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