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How to import Solid Edge parts and assemblies into Autodesk Inventor?

A - answer Inventor 2018.1 (and higher) allows to import .asm, .par and .psm CAD files coming from the software application Solid Edge. Besides direct opening of these file types you can also use associative links with such files thanks to the extended function AnyCAD.

SolidEdge files of the versions V18 to V20 and ST1 to ST9 are supported.

In older Inventor versions you can use one of the CAD exchange formats to transfer your 3D CAD data - e.g. STEP, Parasolid, etc.

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26.7.2017    5314×  
applies to: Inventor ·

See also:
Tip 12297:Which CAD formats are supported in the Autodesk Manufacturing Data Exchange Utility?
Tip 12248:How to remove fillet or chamfer from a 3D solid?
Tip 12184:Overview of CAD formats supported in Inventor 2020 (import/export/AnyCAD).
Tip 12013:How to trim 3D solids with other 3D solid (3D trim).
Tip 11252:Applying STRETCH to 3D objects in AutoCAD.

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