I need a good macro to batch my drawings to PDF and DWG files. I have a great macro that does this but it produces DXF files instead of DWG files. It creates folders for the files as well.
A really good tool is #TASK. It can be found here: https://centralinnovation.com/solidworks/extensions/task-by-central-innovation/
It's a good resource for batch performing the same task on many files. There are a lot of free conversion tools already written for it as well.
You don't need a macro or the #TASK app. Use SolidWorks Task Scheduler. It comes with SolidWorks and does exactly what you need. Use the "Export" tool, not "Convert". It's pretty self explanatory, open it up, hit export, select your files, schedule when you want the conversion to be done (you can begin right away by setting it to the current time or earlier), and that's it.
#TASK is more powerful but the scheduler works for basic things quite well.
You're a mother cracking genius Victor. Thank you!
So... I dunno... Some of these other suggestions might work even better for you. Depends on your workflow. But if you really like your current macro, it's highly likely that all you have to do is edit it, look for "dxf" and change it to "dwg". That's it. Just a single character.
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