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Using 3rd Party CAD Files Inside Inventor with ‘AnyCAD for Inventor’

Join us as we go through the process of opening non-native CAD files inside Autodesk® Inventor® using the functionality of AnyCAD to convert those files to Autodesk Inventor files.  File types to include, .step, .sat, .iges, and more.

Topics to be covered:

  • Utilizing the geometry in 3D Models and 2D Drawings. 
  • Files from other CAD systems can be imported for use in Inventor and exported to other CAD system formats.
  • AnyCAD for Inventor allows you to reference a part or assembly file that is one year newer than the Inventor version you are on.
  • The Reference model option maintains a link to the selected file which enables you to monitor and update Inventor as the model changes.
  • If changes are made to the file in its respective product after import, the Inventor file reflects the changes and downstream references update as well.
WEBCAST DETAILS
Title:
Using 3rd Party CAD Files Inside Inventor with ‘AnyCAD for Inventor’
Date: Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Start Time: 11:00 a.m. CT (12ET/9PT)
Length: 1 hour
Location: Online
Presenter: Mark Dooley, Solutions Engineer - MFG, Hagerman & Company

 

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