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10/25/01 05:21 AM
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For those of you serious about this subject, check out a company by the name of Proficiency. I am no longer employed there, but they are doing exactly what you are talking about...CadA to CadB to CadC to CadD to CadE translations are possible by extracting design features and parameters into a common data format that they call UPR (Universal Part Representation) When the data can be written TO this format, the opposite is true, it can be written FROM this format to a disparate Cad kernel. Check it out.

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*Seamless Integration MCAD Editor   10/01/01 12:59 PM
.*Re: Seamless Integration spitiaz   10/06/04 02:39 AM
.*Re: Seamless IntegrationBen DeMarco  11/05/02 04:43 AM
.*Re: Seamless Integrationdcp  04/15/02 11:44 AM
.*Re: Seamless Integration witchcrop   08/20/02 03:48 AM
.*Re: Seamless Integration TonyRus   10/12/01 07:07 AM
.*Re: Seamless IntegrationBrian Roepke  02/07/02 02:56 PM
.*Re: Seamless Integration catiadr   10/25/01 05:21 AM
.*Re: Seamless Integration xcalvo   10/04/01 05:02 AM
.*Re: Seamless Integration bhewko   10/09/01 08:40 AM
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