Check to see if the other CAD program will accept STEP or IGES files. Those are neutral formats that are used extensively among different CAD products. I'd be surprised if the other CAD program didn't accept either of these formats. Quick tip: of the two formats mentioned, STEP is preferred; it usually comes in cleaner than IGES.
Elmhirst Industries, Specializing in Prototype sheet metal stampings and assemblies
Production: NX 188.8.131.52 / Autoform r7 /WorkNC 2018 r2
PC: Rave Cadbeast: Intel(R) i7-4790K CPU @ 4.GHz /32gb ram /NVIDIA Quadro P2000 on Win10 Pro
I can get a STEP importer for it, but it would extra cost. At the end of the day, I think that is the way I will have to go. By default, the program only accepts ACIS. (It is RobotStudio by ABB)
I saw the new conversion options too, I think I can get a version that will work until my main license needs to be renewed, and then I can get a license of both the premium version and the CAD converter.
My only "pain point" is that each CAD converter is licensed separately, and each converter is the same cost as the premium version of the program, which seems way out of whack to me. However, it does seem to be the best option of those available.