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    Hey everyone! Today we announced the release of a new app – Adobe Substance 3D Stager.

    Stager builds on the foundation of Dimension but has a completely reworked infrastructure and is built for pro audiences.

    Stager includes support for CAD import including dozens of new formats, the full list can be found in the Stager documentation:
    https://substance3d.adobe.com/documentation/sg/import-export-formats-213060294.html

    CAD Import is only available for those with the Enterprise version of the Substance 3D Collection plan. More information on this plan is available here:

    https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/business/enterprise/substance3D.html

    You can find more information about Stager here:
    https://www.adobe.com/products/substance3d-stager.html

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    Martin Abbott commented  · 

    I was extremely encouraged to read this and I've eagerly installed Substance 3D stager only to find that the CAD import features we're all been waiting for are still not there - they require a subscription to a "Substance 3D Collection enterprise plan". I've been going round in circles trying to find any pricing information to no avail. Seeing as it's got the word 'Enterprise' in it I'm not exactly hopeful for the affordability for individual users like me.

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    Martin Abbott commented  · 

    I feel the need to add my voice to those requesting a proper way to bring models into Dimension from engineering CAD packages. I work in SolidWorks and was very excited when Dimension was added to the CC app suite as I often need to produce visuals from my models, but the reality is I've not used it once as there is no efficient work-flow between the applications.

    It needs to be able to quickly and reliably accept multi-body parts / assemblies from formats such as .step (or .iges, .sat, .x_t, etc) and then quickly and easily allow materials and decals to be applied to the individual bodies or faces.

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