ACIS SAB Model
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What is a SAB file?
A SAB file is a 3D model created in the Standard ACIS Binary (SAB) format. It contains 3D geometry and structure information for a manufactured component. SAB files are used for exchanging model information between various CAD programs.
The SAB extension stands for Standard ACIS Binary. The model a SAB file contains can also be saved in the .SAT format, which is a plain text format. (SAT stands for Standard ACIS Text.)
Each SAB file contains a three-line header, followed by model data and an end marker. It may also include history data that can be used to undo changes.
How to open a SAB file
Programs that open SAB files
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