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Convert ISO-10303 STEP product data file to Industry Foundation Classes data.

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It should be quite possible to convert models saved in ISO STEP product data (.stp, .step) to plenty of other 3D model formats, including special BIM formats, such as Industry Foundation Classes files (.ifc). A step to ifc conversion or similar can be mainly done with tools that deal with architecture and building modeling, for example FreeCAD.

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Additional links: Open step file, Open ifc file


Files with step file extension are quite often found as 3D model / part files saved in STEP (Standard for the Exchange of Product Data) format.


An ifc file extension is related to the Industry Foundation Classes format used to describe construction data. An ifc file stores model.


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