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2D files: what are they and how do I open them?

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.2d file type #1: VersaCAD software drawing format

Files with 2d suffix are in most cases CAD designs made and saved using the VersaCAD software

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File extension 2D seems to be mainly related to a 2D drawing format used in VersaCAD.

VersaCAD for Windows is a production-level CAD software package intended for use by engineers, draftspersons, and other technical professionals working in the architectural, civil engineering, construction, and mechanical industries.

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VersaCAD

A CAD designing software

.2d file type #2: Amapi 3D, an old modeling program, used this file type for drawings

Files with 2D suffix may also be old drawings or pictures saved in Amapi 3D modeling tool.

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File extension 2D has been also used in old 3D modeling program called Amapi 3D. It looks like .2d files were some sort of drawings, unfortunately we couldn't rely verify this.

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