Can someone tel me how to convert pro e files to solid works files...
Just go to File > open and select the pro e file :
Thanks you Eddy
i opened the part in same format, but part is still in imported state i want the feature design tree too.
can u please explain me how to do so?
You'll need SW Pro or Premium to use the Featureworks plugin.
This will attempt to build a feature tree for your imported part.
If you select a pro e file you should see this dialogbox appearing :
you can check the 3 last checkmarks also if you want.
then you can choose to get features or bodies.
This will give you a part with features in it.
Hope this is helpfull,
As Ian mentioned, you will be needing the Solidworks Pro or Premium to run an Add-in "Feature Works".
I have used it quite a lot for my work, but please note that Feature Works can help in recognizing most of the Solid Features it may not be very competent in recognizing surface features.
If you can share a file , I might be able to help you out.
is there any software which can convert pro e files to solidworks files without changing into imported model?
yeah Eddy i'm able to see all those tabs which you mentioned in earlier chat but still my part is in imported i want it to be feature body.
please help me out
is it possible to send the pro e file.
I can have a look at it.
Also, what version of Solidworks are you using?
and is it a standard, professional or premium version?
here is the attachment please have a look, im using solidworks premium
I've tried importing your file as described above, but the result is only on imported body.
Your only option is to use featureworks to get the features you want.
is there any software which can convert pro e to solidwork files, because i have some assemblies to convert
Your not going to get the file to come in as native and your definitely not going to bring the tree from Creo/ProE in. Your best bet is to find someone to do your work within Pro E or manage with dumb solids as imported. Featureworks is only going to recognize basic and mostly simple features, it's not going to pull anything wild in by any means.
If you import the file and then run featureworks it does create a tree for this part. If all your parts are simple then this would work for you.
If all the parts are as simple as the one you posted, you might as well recreate in SW.
Why do you need the features? Dumb solids can be easily manipulated within SW.
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