I'm having similar issues. I have tried downloading openSCAD (free), then using it to save the .SCAD files as .STL, then importing them into Solidworks. That sort of works, but for some reason the .STL files always show up as not maniford and require lots of repairs. The second route I haven't tried yet, but intend to as soon as I have time, see the link below:
Basically, it's a toolchain: *.scad into FreeCAD(using the scad plugin) , then into STEP file format, then hopefully into Solidworks as something usable.
I guess that is something, if not kind of a long process.
Was more wondering if a scad - script, could be read by a macro to create the file in one action.
Think how nice it would be not to have to learn all the other languages...
It it frustrating that OpenSCAD can't output files in any "normal" format- IGES, parasolid, etc would all be great. It seems the .STL files it develops always have issues when importing into Solidworks.