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A DWG (Drawing) is used in CAD software and can be exported from most 3D animation packages.
 
Below the steps on how to import a 3D CAD file in DWG format in ArcGIS Pro.
 
Below the steps on how to import a 3D CAD file in DWG format in ArcGIS Pro.
  
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*An Autocad 2004 export works best to create an [[SLPK]] file

Revision as of 13:13, 25 February 2020

A DWG (Drawing) is used in CAD software and can be exported from most 3D animation packages. Below the steps on how to import a 3D CAD file in DWG format in ArcGIS Pro.

How to import a DWG file into ArcGIS Pro:

  1. In ArcGIS Pro go to the "Map" tab and select "Add Data"
  2. Choose the DWG file. If the file is not visible in the add Data panel, click on the refresh button (top right corner)
  3. Select the Multipatch layer

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Notes

  • An Autocad 2004 export works best to create an SLPK file