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Conversion of aco file format to dxf file format beta

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ArCon planning and design software uses .acp projects to store architecture or interior designs to save work in progress. 2D views from the projects may be exported either as DXF or DWG CAD drawings. It is unlikely you could export 2D views from object collections (.aco), which includes aco to dxf conversion, however exporting to .obj or other 3D format may be possible.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

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Additional links: Open aco file, Open dxf file


Files with aco extension are quite often color palettes and swatches from Adobe Photoshop graphics editing tool.

Files with aco file extension can be found as projects from ArcCon planing and designing software.

An aco file extension is associated with the CYANA program. An aco file stores dihedral angle constraint.


Files with dxf extension can be typically found as 2D CAD drawings saved in the Drawing Exchange Format, a common format for exchange of engineering drawings.

Files with dxf extension were associated with Micrografx Picture Publisher. Now this project is discontinued.


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