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Conversion of iam file format to ipt file format beta

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Convert Autodesk Inventor assembly data to Autodesk Inventor CAD part.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

iam to ipt conversion is probably related to export of 3D model / CAD files from Autodesk Inventor. Since .iam files contains whole assembly, you have to disassembly your files first, before you can export individual parts and save them in .ipt format.

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Autodesk Inventor is modeling application used to create 3D digital prototypes

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Additional links: Open iam file, Open ipt file

IAM

Files with iam file suffix may be usually found as assembly files created and saved in the Autodesk Inventor program.

IPT

Files with ipt extension may be found as mechanical part models made by the AutoDesk Inventor a 3D modeling software.

 

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