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Separate Navis files to assemble factory

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    Posted: 22.Jun.2020 at 17:59
Since a year back i work on a larger industry, i have discovered that over the last 20 years plenty of projects is done and they got lots of navis files, sometimes over a small machine but it can also be of an whole new department.
i have started to thinking about if it would be possible to collect these files, place it in correct WCS and assemble the whole factory.
of course it would be possible to smash it in to a single file but the computer to handle a whole industry is not in every mans hand.
so i want to be able to open files in the area that i am intereted in. Is it possible?
i thinking sort of like Xrefs works in Autocad.
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