How do I convert a SolidWorks file to Creo?

Can Creo read SolidWorks files?

You can import SolidWorks part and assembly models and export Creo parts and assemblies to SolidWorks. You require the Creo Solidworks Collaboration license to export models to SolidWorks.

How do I convert assembly to Creo in SolidWorks?

To import a Pro/ENGINEER or Creo Parametric assembly file into SOLIDWORKS:

  1. Click Open (Standard toolbar) or File > Open.
  2. In the dialog box, set Files of type to ProE/Creo Assembly (*. …
  3. Browse to a file, and click Open.
  4. In the Pro/E & Creo to SOLIDWORKS Converter dialog box, set these options: …
  5. Click Import.

How do I import a SolidWorks file?

Creating an Import Files Task

  1. Under Task files or folders, click Add File.
  2. Select the types of files to import in Files of type. Available selections for file type: IGES (*. igs, *. iges) STEP (*. step, *. stp)
  3. Browse to the file you want to import, then click Open.
  4. Repeat steps a, b, and c to select additional files.

Where is import in Solidworks?

In a part document, click Imported Geometry on the Features toolbar, or click Insert > Features > Imported. The Open dialog box appears. Browse to the desired file, and click Open. For ACIS, IGES, STEP, STL, VDAFS, or VRML files, you can click Options to set the import options.

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How do I import a STL file into solidworks?

To set the import options:

  1. Click Open or File > Open.
  2. In Files of type, select STL (*. stl), VRML (*. wrl), or 3MF (*. 3mf), and click Options.
  3. Select from the options described below, then click OK. Option. Description. Import as. Graphics Body. …
  4. Select a file, then click Open to import the file.

How do I export from Solidworks?

To export a SOLIDWORKS document as another file type:

  1. Select one of the following: The face or surface of a part in the graphics area. …
  2. Click File > Save As.
  3. Set Save as type to a file type, then click Options.
  4. Set options for the file type. …
  5. In the File name box, type a name. …
  6. Click Save.

How do I save a part in Solidworks assembly?

To open the Save Assembly as Part PropertyManager:

  1. In an assembly, click File > Save As.
  2. Select Part (*. prt;*. sldprt) for the file type.
  3. Select Include specified components.
  4. Select Override defaults.
  5. Click Save.

How do I export an assembly in Solidworks?

Assemblies Saved as Parts Export Options

  1. Click Tools > Options > System Options > Export.
  2. For File Format, select SLDPRT from assembly.
  3. Specify the following options, and click OK.