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Inventor Publisher for publishing CAD data in other formats.

A - answer The Inventor Publisher software for creating technical documentation supports not only Inventor models but also parts and assemblies in other CAD formats. So you can use Publisher to prepare service and sales documentation also to models from CATIA, ProE, and other CAD software.

Inventor Publisher supports the following CAD formats:

  • Inventor (iam, ipt)
  • AutoCAD 3D (dwg)
  • CATIA V4 (model, session, exp, dlv3)
  • CATIA V5 (CATPart, CATProduct, cgr)
  • ProE (asm, prt)
  • STEP (stp, ste, step)
  • IGES (igs, ige, iges)
  • SAT (sat)
  • Solidworks (prt, asm, sldprt, sldasm) - od 2015
  • NX (prt)
  • Parasolid (x_b, x_t)
  • SketchUp (skp) - since 2015
  • OBJ (obj) - since 2015
  • JT (jt)
  • 123D (123d) - since 2015
  • FBX (fbx) - since 2015
  • DWF (dwf, dwfx) - views and animations
You can load these files in the standard way through the ribbon Home > Model > Insert, or through the option Insert in the context menu (top icon in the circular menu).
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See also:
Tip 9911:How to copy an AutoCAD DWG drawing into MS Word or other Office software?
Tip 9654:CAD formats supported in online viewer under Autodesk 360.
Tip 8852:Publish interactive 3D models on the web with Autodesk 360.
Tip 8532:Import of 3D DWF files back to editable 3D models.
Tip 8108:Where is the Open button in Inventor Mobile Viewer for Android?

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