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importing iso to Catia V5

importing iso to Catia V5

importing iso to Catia V5

Can anybody give me the commands needed to import catia iso files to Catia V5.
John Edwards

RE: importing iso to Catia V5


 Do you mean IGES?

Carl "Skip" Seibert
Williamsburg, VA

RE: importing iso to Catia V5

No not IGES. I'm referring to CATIA V4 export files. I've researched a bit further and found that versions 5 r7 has the capability built in. I'm using an earlier version.

RE: importing iso to Catia V5


 OK. It's just that I never heard them as being called ISO files. I always
just called them "CATIA export files".

 Yes V5R7 will make many people happy with that added capability.

RE: importing iso to Catia V5

Try to look under sequential in the online documentation.

The command under win NT or 2000 is "D:\Programmer\Dassault Systemes\B07\intel_a\code\bin\CNEXT.exe"  -batch  -e ExtractModelFromSequential

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