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Export SolidWorks to Creo

prebelo
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Export SolidWorks to Creo

Hello.

 

I have some files in SolidWorks extension which I want to import with Creo.

 

When I save PRT in solidworks, I open the file the Creo, and it doesn't ask me for any template and the accuracy is auto-set to 0.0012. With this option the solid is closed but I can't copy and paste all the surfaces to create a quilt.

When I export STEP in solidworks the solid has many opened surfaces.

 

What is the best way to do this??

 

Thanks in advance


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Re: Export SolidWorks to Creo

Sir,

When I import the .sldprt file, shoud I use external accuracy?

Normally I use a template to import, and I pick the internal accuracy and closed volume option. Shoud I do this?

Should I export in solidworks on a different extension?

Thanks

Re: Export SolidWorks to Creo

Any help?

Thanks

Re: Export SolidWorks to Creo

I can't upload. Customer said to me.

But this happens to me with several files.

What is the best way to save and load the drawing in SolidWorks to Creo?

Re: Export SolidWorks to Creo

We sometimes have issues with step files. Have you tried IGES or parasolids (.x_t), surfaces or solid models.

have also sometimes had better luck when I export a surface model (not solid) then import and solidify. Occasionally it helps.


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