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Import AutoCAD 3D DWG files into Inventor.

A - answer One of the advantages of Autodesk Inventor (compared to other 3D modelers) is its support of native AutoCAD format - DWG. DWG files can be directly loaded as 2D drawings, sketches or 3D solid models.

You can use the standard Inventor import function to convert DWG files to IPT or IAM. This function can be found under the application menu "I" - i.e.: I > Open > Import DWG file. In the DWG import wizard you can select the model geometry to import (or All) and set the individual parameters of the import. The highlighted parameters are important for importing 3D models:

Import DWG (CZ version)

You can run the Feature Recognition function on imported solids to restore the construction features (fillets, holes...).

There are also alternative methods of import employing the SAT or IGES CAD formats.

Inventor
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19.3.2012    29350×  
applies to: Inventor ·

See also:
Tip 12663:How to transfer my project from Infraworks to Revit?
Tip 12184:Overview of CAD formats supported in Inventor 2020 (import/export/AnyCAD).
Tip 11726:Loading 3D models in the OBJ file format to AutoCAD.
Tip 11337:Convert 3D PDF files back to CAD models.
Tip 11311:Importing STL files directly into AutoCAD - STLin.


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