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Section - -4- Is Inventor a format for 3D data?

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  Inventor defines a powerful, extensible format for 3D objects and
  scenes.  The Inventor format is the standard for 3D objects on
  Silicon Graphics machines, and may become the standard for all
  machines.

  However, Inventor is more than a 3D object file format; it is a
  complete toolkit for writing interactive, 3D applications.

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