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How can I use non-SOLIDWORKS data in SOLIDWORKS?
Automatically converting non-SOLIDWORKS

Simplify your design process, save time and development costs, and accelerate your time-to-market by automatically converting non-SOLIDWORKS data to “intelligent” native SOLIDWORKS features using SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software.

When importing files into SOLIDWORKS, FeatureWorks applies intelligence to static geometric data, recognises it, and then readies it for use in SOLIDWORKS. Fine-tuning imported designs is simple with the functionality of SOLIDWORKS.

Imported features like holes, cuts, ribs and chamfers are fully editable, associative, and parametric. You can even create new features at any time.

SOLIDWORKS provides powerful tools to automatically convert non-SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD models into “intelligent” SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD. This enables parametric editing of the design model and/or creation of new designs based on old designs. Functionality includes:
  • Automatic Feature Recognition and Conversion
  • Interactive Feature Recognition and Conversion
  • Conversion of sheet metal features—hem and edge flange
  • Conversion of solid features—holes, boss, fillet/round, chamfer, cut-revolve, boss-revolve, boss-extrude, cut-extrude
  • Combining and converting similar features into groups and patterns—holes, fillets, chamfers, etc.

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