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Importing MDT 2005 models and Layouts to Inventor 2013

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04-15-2013 01:08 PM

Is there any other way to import MDT 2005 models to  Inventor 2013 with having MDT 2005 platform loaded.

 

If not, where might I find MDT 2005.  I have looked everywhere and it seems to be non existant. It would be alot faster than rebuilding anew in inventor and engineers hate to redo something alredy done correctly.    Thanx.

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Re: Importing MDT 2005 models and Layouts to Inventor 2013

04-15-2013 01:26 PM in reply to: goyoros

You might want to check with your VAR.

I think you need MDT 2009 (which was free with earlier releases of Inventor).

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/pc/item?id=13744274&siteID=123112

 

Autodesk announced end of support for MDT a couple of years ago.

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