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Inventor Model to Risa 3d?

Inventor Model to Risa 3d?

Inventor Model to Risa 3d?

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We have been trying to figure out how to convert our 3d inventor models to Risa 3d. Risa can only import .dxf, staad, and a few other file types. We have been unsuccessful at converting anything so far. Inventor can only convert the file to a .dwg. I have tried converting a .dwg to a .dxf and then loading in Risa with no luck. Does anyone have any experience doing this?

RE: Inventor Model to Risa 3d?

RISA also has an SDNF file import (mainly for microstation or integraph) and a CIS/2 translator. The CIS/2 translator is a separate utility program posted to the RISA website. It's free of charge, but you have to fill out information on the web page in order to receive it.

I don't know much about Inventor though. So, if any other users have more knowledge that they can post, I'd love to hear about it.

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