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Tutorial: how to correctly upload an assembly model (Part 1: native formats)

By Ferro on 26 Dec 09:35 1 answer 3794 views 0 comments

Looking through the uploaded models, I found many assembly models that are actually useless because the assembly parts are missing. While uploading an assembly model created with Solidworks, Slid Edge, Catia, NX or other MCAD systems, by using their native format, you should be aware that the upload of the .asm (or .product) it is not enough. You must upload also the part files (.par or .CATPart) in order to make the full assembly visible and usable.

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  • Ferro
    Ferro over 2 years ago

    Looking through the uploaded models, I found many assembly models that are actually useless because the assembly parts are missing. While uploading an assembly model created with Solidworks, Slid Edge, Catia, NX or other MCAD systems, you should be aware that the upload of the .asm (or .product) it is not enough. You must upload also the part files (.par or .CATPart) in order to make the full assembly visible and usable.

    Answered with a tutorial: https://grabcad.com/tutorials/tutorial-how-to-correctly-upload-an-assembly-model

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