Damo Petty

Convert a .JT File to something Useful.

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Hi everyone.

I have aquired a .JT File of a Truck Cabin. May I assume it is ok to post here? As I downloaded it directly from the Manufacturers own website. (Without the need for a login.)
It is simply provided as a visual aid to assist a body-builder./designer demonstrate equipment fit behind the cabin.
I post here in the hope that someone here will have appropriate software to convert this file into a .step, .iges, Parasolid, etc. Anything that solidworks (2014) can use.
Provided this request doesn't breach any propriety regulations, and assuming someone here is willing/able to convert it for me, I will (or will not) post the file upon reciept of a reply one way or another.

Thank you.

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Damo Petty
Answered on 5 Dec, 2016 05:35 AM

Thanks for the reply mate. Although, I've spent several days now looking for a trial of this software (or something that will do something similar for me), and have so far had no luck.. It either costs (alot) or isn't suitable at all.
I really am now hoping someone here with siemens software or whatever else will achieve it), will kindly offer to convert a couple of files to step or iges for me..

 
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Answered on 28 Nov, 2016 06:52 AM

You need Siemens PLM "Vismockup" software. You can export .jt file as .stp after opening it in vismockup.

 
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