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Import Parasolid

Import Parasolid

Import Parasolid

I searched this group, found couple of threads that relate to my problem, but could not find the solution...

As a newbie, how do I import a parasolid (asc or bin) to UG NX2? Couldn't find it in File->Open nor in the Translators.


RE: Import Parasolid

File -> Import -> Parasolid

RE: Import Parasolid

Thx. I see that I have to open a part first...

RE: Import Parasolid

Silly, isn't it? Also there is no external translator UI for parasolid importing. And no File-->open functionality.

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RE: Import Parasolid


You will probably have better information than I do regarding NX3 & the improved File -> Open menu, but I believe it is scheduled to change in NX3 so that all file formats are to be available upon File -> Open (DXF/DWG, IGES, STEP, etc.).

Tim Flater
Senior Designer
Enkei America, Inc.

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