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Compatibility - Autodesk products

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Compatibility - Autodesk products

  • Is there a list of "non-Creo CAD" versions compatible with Windchill?   i.e. which AutoCAD versions are supported?  Do you stay up to date?

 

  • Users are complaining that Windchill can't maintain links with connected Revit files.  This is defeating our efforts to move everyone into a proper PLM system.  Has this been resolved?
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Re: Compatibility - Autodesk products

You will find that ALL third-party WGMs lag behind Creo integration into Windchill by a few months (or more).

If the Revit files are just AutoCAD formatted files, the WGM should not have any issues. But I don't think that is the case. 😞

If it was, you would not need WGMs for AutoCAD basic, Electrical and Mechanical, as they are all the same formatted files. I do understand that xrefs and other imbedded 'symbols' into these files may be handled differently, but I am no AutoCAD expert in understanding the file format structures.

 

I did see 2020 but only supported with 11.2.1.

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Re: Compatibility - Autodesk products

Here is the link to the 11.2 list of compatible CAD products.

https://www.ptc.com/support/-/media/9CD3FD15F28F4C24922DAF4CDD820266.pdf?sc_lang=en

AutoCAD Revit is not on the list.

Re: Compatibility - Autodesk products

Thanks Ben,

 

Scrolling down I saw the versions for AutoCAD.  Only up to 2019 so far, and no mention of Revit and maintaining the links heading into Windchill.  I'll contact support.

 

Thanks!

 

 

Re: Compatibility - Autodesk products

You will find that ALL third-party WGMs lag behind Creo integration into Windchill by a few months (or more).

If the Revit files are just AutoCAD formatted files, the WGM should not have any issues. But I don't think that is the case. 😞

If it was, you would not need WGMs for AutoCAD basic, Electrical and Mechanical, as they are all the same formatted files. I do understand that xrefs and other imbedded 'symbols' into these files may be handled differently, but I am no AutoCAD expert in understanding the file format structures.

 

I did see 2020 but only supported with 11.2.1.

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