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.LXF File Extension

File Type 1LEGO Digital Designer Model File

DeveloperThe LEGO Group
Popularity
4.4 (40 Votes)
Category3D Image Files
FormatZip

Zip

This file is saved in a zipped format. You can view the contents by unzipping it with a file decompression program.

What is an LXF file?

Three-dimensional model created by LEGO Digital Designer (LDD), a program used for constructing virtual LEGO designs; saved in a compressed .ZIP format and contains two files: IMAGE100.PNG (a .PNG design preview) and IMAGE100.LXFML (the .LXFML design specified in XML).

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NOTE: An older LXF format used to include MODEL100.MODEL files within the Zip container.

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Programs that open LXF files
Updated 1/2/2014

File Type 2LEN Exchange Format File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
2.2 (6 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatZip

Zip

This file is saved in a zipped format. You can view the contents by unzipping it with a file decompression program.

.LXF File Association 2

File created in the LEN Exchange Format (LEN), a format used for exchanging swimming data (also referred to as the "Lenex" format); contains swimming event data that allows competition organization and record keeping; helps to facilitate the exchange of data between race organizers, swimming clubs, and associations.

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LXF files are actually .ZIP files that contain a compressed .LEF file. An LEF file stores the actual swimming exchange data in an XML format. If you want to view the raw data, you should decompress the LXF file and then open the LEF file with a text or XML viewer.

Programs that open LXF files
Windows
Splash Meet Manager
7-Zip
Corel WinZip 21
Windows Phone
xaqua Chronograph
Updated 10/28/2016

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