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assembly files and constraints from Solidworks

titurbina
Aquamarine

assembly files and constraints from Solidworks

It is possible to import into Creo assembly and constraints from Solidworks

 

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Re: assembly files and constraints from Solidworks


@titurbina wrote:

It is possible to import into Creo assembly and constraints from Solidworks

 


Hi,

I am sorry I do not understand your question.


Martin Hanák

Re: assembly files and constraints from Solidworks

I have to import a Solidworks format assembly into Creo as I do, can assembly constraints also be imported?
Thanks.

Re: assembly files and constraints from Solidworks


@titurbina wrote:

I have to import a Solidworks format assembly into Creo as I do, can assembly constraints also be imported?
Thanks.


Hi,

I guess that recognizing+importing assembly constraints defined in Solidworks is not implemented in Creo.


Martin Hanák

Re: assembly files and constraints from Solidworks

not even in Creo 7? Thanks

Re: assembly files and constraints from Solidworks


@titurbina wrote:

not even in Creo 7? Thanks


Hi,

I would say no. Why don't you try it yourself?


Martin Hanák

Re: assembly files and constraints from Solidworks

These import functions are basically customized STEP transfers. If it is not handled by STEP, it won't be handled by the import code.

Since an import is just a bunch of non-parametric solids, why would assembly constraints help?

 

Re: assembly files and constraints from Solidworks

You might check into the Unite functionality for SW. It is supposed to be able to work with the SW files, including assemblies, without actually changing the SW files so that they can still be updated using SW and those push over to Creo using the updates. 

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