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Software that can be used for conversion of easm file type to max format.

Generally it is not possible to export or convert eDrawings files (*.easm) to any other CAD format. eDrawings are like PDFs for documents, meant for viewing and sharing but not for further editing.

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Additional links: easm file extension details, max file extension details

EASM

Files with easm file extension can be found as exported Solidworks CAD files using the eDrawing software. Used for preview and sharing purposes.

MAX

Files with max file extension can be found as scene files made using 3D Studio Max / 3ds Max software by Autodesk.

A max file extension is related to the PaperPort and OmniPage software. A max file stores scanned document.

Files with max extension can be found as layout files for OrCAD PCB designing suite.

Fiels with max extension are used by Maximizer software. They include some various data used for program's internal purposes.

A max file extension is related to the Creative Writer and used for its documents.

 

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