ACIS solid and surface data.
Supports up to ACIS version 6.0.
The supported file extensions are .sat, .sab, and 3D .dwg.
The supported file extensions are .prt and .asm.
Granite One Step
The supported file extension is .step.
I-Deas Web Access .IDI
Supports up to SDRC IDEAS Web Access version 9.
The supported file extension is .idi.
Binary and text format supported.
Supports up to Parasolid version 13.
The supported file extensions are .x_b and .x_t parts and assemblies.
SolidWorks uses part display lists to load data.
Parts and assemblies must be saved in shaded mode in SolidWorks.
The supported file extensions are .sldprt and .sldasm.
Supports Unigraphics versions 12 through 18 parts and assemblies.
The supported file extension is .prt.
Supports up to CATIA version 5.
The supported file extensions are .exp, .cat, and model.
This ACIS/SAT CAD interface, see Granite above, enables 3D DWG.
Support 3D surface data.
The supported file extensions are .IGS and .IGES files.
THIS FILE SHOULD BE CLEAN, MEANING Parasolid THERE SHOULD BE NO GEOMETRY INCLUDED IN THE EXPORTED FILE, ONLY SURFACE DATA
Extracts accurate geometric data from the Parasolid data in the SolidWorks file.
The supported file extensions are .sldprt
Supports VRML 1 and 2 standards
The supported file extension is .wrl
ALL OF THE FILES ABOVE CAN BE USED FOR BUILD, BUT
ONLY THE FILES BELOW CAN BE MANIPULATED.
- .STP (PREFERRED)
- .igs SURFACE DATA
- .sldprt SOLIDWORKS FILE
- .X_T PARASOLID FILE
- .exp, .model, or .DLV catia file
If a file is to be submitted for build and is not a file that can be manipulated, then we ask that it be supplied with at least .030 fillets and Radii (.75 MM) over the entire part. Unless there are special circumstances.