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Creo to Solidworks

pramkumar
1-Newbie

Creo to Solidworks

Do anyone know, in what format we need to save the creo template to open it in Solidworks???

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Prabhu,

If you are working with Creo 3.0 and have license Collaboration_Ext_SolidWorks, you can Save the data as Solidworks data (.sldprt or .sldasm)

Check article at https://support.ptc.com/appserver/cs/view/solution.jsp?n=CS184567

For earlier versions you may try using global translates .iges or .step

Solidworks.png

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Prabhu,

If you are working with Creo 3.0 and have license Collaboration_Ext_SolidWorks, you can Save the data as Solidworks data (.sldprt or .sldasm)

Check article at https://support.ptc.com/appserver/cs/view/solution.jsp?n=CS184567

For earlier versions you may try using global translates .iges or .step

Solidworks.png

Prabhu,

Does the information in last reply answer your question?

Good day!

I am working with Creo 3.0 and have license Collaboration_Ext_SolidWorks.

When I save my Assembly unit in CreO as Solidworks.sldasm, open this file in Solid Works, so I get unit without any solid geometry, but only basic planes, like in this picture. Please, help me, how can I translate my unite from Creo to Solid Works? Thanks in advance.

SW.jpg

StephenW
23-Emerald I
(To:okanashina)

Hi Olimpiya,

You should repost this as it's own question instead of a reply to an existing post. You will likely get much better help.

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