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*scottl
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file conversion to inventor

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10-29-2008 04:48 AM
can someone convert some catia files to inventor for me? there are 4 parts
ea. like
14-15 meg. camshafts. the extension of these parts is *.CATpart

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*Dennis Jeffrey
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Re: file conversion to inventor

10-29-2008 06:43 AM in reply to: *scottl
I can do that. If you need a private FTP, email me at
djeffrey@teknigroup.com

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mgalicki
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Re: file conversion to inventor

04-23-2012 08:47 AM in reply to: *Dennis Jeffrey

Do you need to save the catpart as (?) to import it into Autocad ?

Thanks

mark

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Re: file conversion to inventor

04-23-2012 08:59 AM in reply to: mgalicki

mgalicki wrote:

Do you need to save the catpart as (?) to import it into Autocad ?

Thanks

mark


This doesn't make sense.

The software has changed in 4 years.
AutoCAD will now import Catia files directly.

 

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