JSM files
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Author: fats699
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JSM files
#1
HI all
i have a model in JSM and cannot find anything to open them
please help
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#2
I don't know why you think this is a subject for free discussion. You talk about a model. Is a static software model or something else ? This is an engineering forum and a minimum expected from an engineer is to give some details at least if he want help. JSM can be many things so be more specific.
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#3
ok i am sorry
what i have is a 3D model of a project i am working on (worlds largest De-watering plant for magnetite slurry) and the files have been supplied in a file format of ".JSM"
i do not know this format and am asking for help in identifying the program to use to open and view them.

sorry about the first post i could not find anywhere else to place the question

Regards
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#4
Sorry, but have you considered asking that to the person that supplied you the files? It usually is the best option talking to a physical being instead of relying on an Internet forum...
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#5
I hope you have already tried google before puting the problem in CivilEA

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#6
i think the format was used in a old version of microstation
and yes i have been searching google for a long time
but thanks
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#7
After finding a lot of references about JAWS, Java, Mozila and many others i found the real answer.

JSM means Jspace model which is a file format. AutoPLANT has the capability to create JSM files from Import/Export>PlantExchange>JSM>Export option. This format is acceptable in another applications like Bentley Navigator.
Quote:You cannot import JSM model in AutoPLANT.

See this one in Bentley Communites.

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