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Conversion from SolidWorks to Solid Edge

Conversion from SolidWorks to Solid Edge

I know that SE can open SW file.
But if SW files have configurations inside, how and what SE open and convert this files ?
Exist a procedure to avoid to lose SolidWorks configuration ?  

Thank you...

Using NX 8 and TC8.3

RE: Conversion from SolidWorks to Solid Edge

Possibly the active configuration ?

2.4GHz Core2 Quad, 4GB RAM,
Quadro FX4600.

Where would we be without sat-nav?

RE: Conversion from SolidWorks to Solid Edge

BC is correct, the active configuration is exported.
No intelligence is carried across.  It is just like opening a STEP file i.e. dumb solid.

RE: Conversion from SolidWorks to Solid Edge

So I need a macro to export each SW configuration in a single file.
Thank you.

Thank you...

Using NX 8 and TC8.3

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