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Convert out of Risa 3D (/x post)

Convert out of Risa 3D (/x post)

Convert out of Risa 3D (/x post)

(OP)
Hello,

I am in a bit of a dilemma, we have a model in .r3d that was built a couple of years ago.
The problem is, since then we have gone away from using Risa 3D and have switched to Staad and RAM.
Is there anyway, without redoing the model, that we can pull it into Staad or RAM?

Thank you for your help.

Link to original post: http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=402994

RE: Convert out of Risa 3D (/x post)

Looks like the other post has some responses. If the Risa file is encrypted (not plain text) and you no longer have access to Risa it's going to be tricky.

RE: Convert out of Risa 3D (/x post)

There may be someone on the RISA-3D forum here that would be willing to take your file and export a format that could be imported into STAAD. Check out the RISA forum on this site.

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