It is not smart at all, to say "You cannot" How can you be so sure...
Please don't get me wrong Barta but in our days everything is possible!!!
I found many times that a solution to any potential limitations of a software can be overpassed by an add-on so... The key is a tool to do the job!!!
Therefore I will post a Tutorial that can be considered as a solution to Nuno's problem...
It is good to have open mind as there might be another easier way to follow other than my post.
Guys seriously don't get me wrong I am here only to have friends not enemies!!! Happy to learn and share!!!!
Once again, thanks for your time and help!
I know the files are huge but the dimensions of the parts are huge as well ;P
It worked like a charm... :)
Okay, I see. I downloaded your ipt-s, thank you for your solution :)
Launch the SolidWorks project you wish to use to import an .STL file. Click the "File" menu and choose "Open."
Click "(*.stl)" from the "Files of type" drop-down menu, then click "Options." Three main options will display in the "Options" dialog box.
Click "Graphics Body" if you wish to import the STL file as graphical data only. Click "OK" to confirm.
Click "Solid Body" if you wish to import the STL file as a solid body. Click "OK" to confirm.
Click "Surface Body" if you wish to import the STL file as surfaces. Click "OK" to confirm.
Click the STL file you wish to import and click "Open." Allow for the import process to finish.