can any expert can guide on this?
You would have to built the intelligent models and then use them to set up your DriveWorks projects.
If build parametrically driven SW master model(s), DriveWorks Input is just interface to enter driving parameters (Global Variables and Properties). Output files are your project, all SW files by default (in fact - modified master model files): parts, assembly, subassemblies and drawings.
I am going to take a stab at this. Yes, DriveWorks can directly interface with SolidWorks. DriveWorks has a tool called AutoPilot. The AutoPilot will take the values that you want to apply to your SolidWorks models. AutoPilot will then drive your models using the rules and variables that you wrote in your DriveWorks project. DriveWorks also has DriveWorks live that gives the ability to make a web page form that can accept values to drive Autopilot that drives SolidWorks.
I tried to simplify that as much as possible without making it more confusing. Hope I helped.
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