any one ever hear of an asm.1 file? I'm working with a sales guy who's working with the customer and they gave me a file that SW can't make head nor tails of.
It is most likely a Creo assembly file. it may or may not import depending on your version of solidworks and its version of Creo
you may be able to import it if you turn on "Enable 3D Interconnect"
Yes. Pro/E when you save all time make new file. And add suffix wit number after extension. You can change file name and delete this number and dot. After SW will see your assembly
Krzysztof, just a quick note, you do not have to delete the . and number for SolidWorks to open assembly or part files, wasn't sure if you knew that, but I import Creo and older "Pro/E" files a lot, and never change the file name.
However, if the version of Creo is the latest, SW will not open as it can't read current level files easily, although SW2020 may be able to.
..you can use eDrawings, it should open/view it.
Paul Salvador wrote: ..you can use eDrawings, it should open/view it.
Paul Salvador wrote:
You can also contact Creo and get their free viewer.
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