.STEP File Extension

Are you having difficulty opening a file that ends with .STEP? Such files can be executed only by certain programs. If you cannot open the .STEP file, it can be due to the following reasons: either you do not have an appropriate program to open it, or your file association is corrupted. For more information about this extension, please read the article below.

What is a .STEP file?

.STEP file belongs to the category of 3D Image Files used in operating systems such as Windows 11, 10, Windows 7, Windows 8 / 8.1, Windows Vista, Windows XP.

.STEP step
Developer: N/A
File Type: STEP 3D Model
Format: N/A

.STEP file is associated with STEP 3D Model developed by N/A, has a N/A Format and belongs to 3D Image Files category.

.STEP (Standard for Exchange of Product model data) is a universal format for working with 3D models, which is used in computer-aided design systems. It describes the entire life cycle of a product, including manufacturing technology and product quality control. The .STEP file places a three-dimensional model, and this extension is necessary for interpreting and presenting industrial products.

More information

.STEP refers to the ISO standard interchange format and is considered as a universal format for many software systems in its environment. You can open a file of this format in Windows operating systems, as well as Mac OS and Linux. The Autodesk Fusion 360 utility is suitable for this. In some cases, you can open .STEP using Web resources or mobile devices. This format is often converted to .DWG.



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