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Convert AutoCAD drawing to TurboCAD Mac drawing.

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AutoCAD drawings in DWG format can be converted to TurboCAD drawings in TCM format with the Save as.. function in TurboCAD.

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Convert from dwg file

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Additional links: Open dwg file, Open tcm file


A dwg file extension is used for standard CAD file format, originally used by AutoCAD. A DWG is a proprietary format and can only be created in AutoCAD. Other CAD programs can usually import it but not create its proprietary form. Because of this, DWGs are often exported to DXF interchange format so that they can be seamlessly used in other CAD programs.


A tcm file extension is related to the TurboCAD, a CAD solution for Windows and Mac. A tcm file stores drawing.


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