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Version of Step file used in KeyCreator export

Version of Step file used in KeyCreator export

(OP)
Hi,

Just started using the export feature in KC 11.5. It is possible to export a ".stp" file. However, it is not clear what version of this file is supported. I am aware of the following versions with various capabilities (ap202, ap203, ap214, ap209). Is it one of these? Or another version?

RE: Version of Step file used in KeyCreator export

In KeyCreator, we currently export to either AP203 or AP214.

Thanks
Chris

RE: Version of Step file used in KeyCreator export

(OP)
Thanks KeyCreatorChris. The geometric components (for assemblies and parts) come in great! However annotations and other non-geometric components don't. Neither do drawings (just a blank file).

I am specifically interested if ap203_is, ap214_cd or ap214_is are supported. 2-D drawing files, also.

I appreciate your response.
sfouzes

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