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Problem Importing .cgm Files into NX10

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Running NX10.0.2.6 -

I can export a .cgm file from NX10 - Drafting or Modeling. I CANNOT import that same file BACK into NX10.

I can place it into Adobe Illustrator and import it into NX9 without issue. Exporting that same geometry into another cgm file from NX9 and trying to import that second file into NX10 doesn't work either.

The error message is:

Unable to import cgm due to error: File not open

Has anyone else experienced this and/or found a fix for this?

Thanks!

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Re: Problem Importing .cgm Files into NX10

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

fix posted on eng-tips: http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=403401

 

Anthony Galante, Senior Support Engineer
PhoenxPLM
24 versions of NX installed: NX4 to NX12, plus TC11.2

Re: Problem Importing .cgm Files into NX10

Builder
Builder
I had not seen your last post before I posted here.

Re: Problem Importing .cgm Files into NX10

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

you wouldn't have, I posted that after you created this one.

Anthony Galante, Senior Support Engineer
PhoenxPLM
24 versions of NX installed: NX4 to NX12, plus TC11.2

Re: Problem Importing .cgm Files into NX10

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Solution Partner Phenom

@Vikingbro totally off topic, but what's the golf industry like at the moment? How do you find NX for club design?

I did 10 years on NX as a golf club designer for an Australian based titanium club supplier.

 

Anthony Galante, Senior Support Engineer
PhoenxPLM
24 versions of NX installed: NX4 to NX12, plus TC11.2

Re: Problem Importing .cgm Files into NX10

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Builder

 


@PhoeNX_Support wrote:

@Vikingbro totally off topic, but what's the golf industry like at the moment? How do you find NX for club design?

I did 10 years on NX as a golf club designer for an Australian based titanium club supplier.

 


Let me put it this way, it sure beats my last job in aerospace. Most of the products I work on now are organic shapes. Lots of different ways to test my NX skills.

 

Turbine engine work was much more rigid.