I looked online at several converters and had no luck with any of them. I have attached a sample of one of the files I need converted. I am hoping that the experts on this forum can point me in the right direction.
I don't have any c4d compatible software, but try this .3ds of the 5.5mm anchor. This was done in Rhino.
I had to open the inserter assembly and save as a part in solidworks before Rhino would display and convert that one properly.
Dougal Added the inserter model.
I don't think you can do this with e-Drawing files. Do you have access to the original SW files?
The client gave me the files in SW file format. There are multiple files in the attached zips. But I only need 2 of the SW files conveted into .3ds or .c4d. I attched 2 photos as reference to the 3D files I need converted. Thanks in advance and an Amazon gift card.
.easm is not a Solidworks file it is an edrawings file, big difference.
The idea of an .easm file is to be able to send it out so clients etc can look at it but not do anything with it as far as taking the design data.
Don't know what programs require .3ds or .c4d files but they are not on the "save as" list in Solidworks.
Do you have a list of available exports from SolidWorks. Is there a .stl? I have had success with that format in the past.
Open a part in SW and click File|Save as... and you will see all the possibilities.
Hardie, I do not have the program SW. Just trying to get my files converted to a file format I can use. Thanks
If the edrawing was created with the 'allow save' setting enabled, you can save it as a STL file. I know Max will import STL. I expect Maya and Alias will too.
Anchor Zip Attachment
Thanks! This worked great. I am looking into Rhino today just in case I have any other files to convert...
Meshlab is a good resource for converting files.
i need export the file .EASM to 3ds file , can you help me
You can only export from E-drawings if the person who created the original file selected that option.
Otherwise it works as intended, for viewing, measuring (if allowed) and commenting only.
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