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Suggestions for importing/converting .jt

Engaged ,
Oct 18, 2018

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Anyone have any good suggestions for converting .jt files to work in Adobe Dimension?

I am currently using VIS Professional and would like the ability to render some nice graphics in Dimension.

I can't export from VIS as anything that Dimension can import. Any suggestions for local software to do the job?

Lots of online and spam filled software available.... would like something that a person has used with good results!

Thanks in advance for any input!

Where have you obtained the .jt files from?

Your best optionay be to open the program which was used to produce these files and then save as a more suitable format from there.

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Suggestions for importing/converting .jt

Engaged ,
Oct 18, 2018

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Anyone have any good suggestions for converting .jt files to work in Adobe Dimension?

I am currently using VIS Professional and would like the ability to render some nice graphics in Dimension.

I can't export from VIS as anything that Dimension can import. Any suggestions for local software to do the job?

Lots of online and spam filled software available.... would like something that a person has used with good results!

Thanks in advance for any input!

Where have you obtained the .jt files from?

Your best optionay be to open the program which was used to produce these files and then save as a more suitable format from there.

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Most Valuable Participant ,
Oct 18, 2018

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I've done some work in in STL files... I assume VIS can make those?

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Explorer ,
Nov 05, 2018

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Where have you obtained the .jt files from?

Your best optionay be to open the program which was used to produce these files and then save as a more suitable format from there.

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Engaged ,
Nov 20, 2018

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I will pursue this option more but that is what I was leaning towards as well. Thanks for the replies!

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