In addition to saving and opening model .3dm files, Rhino can also open and save a large number of file formats created by other software.
For a list of supported file formats, see: Index of import/export file types.
Create a new model based on a template.
Opens an existing model file.
Merges objects from another model file.
Insert block objects stored in the file or import a file as a block definition.
Save the current model to a backup file.
Save sequentially-numbered versions of a model.
Discard changes and revert to the previously saved document.
Save the current model.
Save the current model with a different name, close the current model, and open the new model.
Save the current model as a template file.
Save geometry objects without render or analysis meshes.
Automatically backup upon save.
Save selected objects to a new file.
Save objects to a new file with a specified origin and construction plane.
Manage a list of models that can be used as reference geometry.
Delete worksession reference objects.
Limit the amount of reference geometry that is available to work on.
Checks the current Rhino model for errors.
Checks a Rhino 3dm file which is not currently opened for errors and lists the contents.
Recovers geometry objects that can be read from a damaged Rhino 3dm file.
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