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Converting an '.easm' file from Solidworks

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Hi all :-)

a customer sent me an '.easm' file from Solidworks.

So far so good, i can view the file with the eDrawings Viewer from SW but cant

do anything with that file :-(

The customer had to check the box „Export for STL enabled”, but he didn't and dont

want to - too bad.

So i have two options:

1.) Find someone who can open the file (i guess you can open that '.easm' file in SW!) and convert it for me :-)

2.) I remodel that whole thing to get a working polygonal file to use in EI :-(

 

I prefer the first option :-) Is there anybody out there?

 

Greetings

Alex

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Hey Alex,

I import SW files all of the time using Rhino.  Send it to me and I will try.  I say try because .asm stands for assembly file.  It needs the parts files as well.  

 

Steven Houtzager

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Hi Steve,

unfortunately its not the .asm file, its the .easm file...

.easm stands for exchange and view without having SW installed, you need only the eDrawingsViewer

from Dassault for that (free of course).

But lets give it a try, my Rhino don't want to open that .easm (because ist the beta), maybe

you have the full version and that will open it? I sent it to you via mail.

 

Alex

Edit: That damn autocorrecting drives me crazy! Steve = Steven

I have to learn that!

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So no news on the conversion process, Steven tried but had also no luck.

 

Is there someone with his/her fingers on a SolidWorks computer and can do me a favor?

 

Pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaase :-)

 

Alex

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Hi Alex,

What format do you want it converted to?

Where you post it, then can be used, then converted.I wouldn't think with too much trouble!

Let's know.

 

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Hi Thomo, :-)

are you sure, that SW can read .easm? That would be superdupercool...

Every format that EI will read is fine ;-) ok, OBJ, STEP, Rhino, FACT all are fine :-)

Can i sent you the file via mail?

Alex

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Oh tempora, oh mores!

 

Customer was so kind to send me a STEP file - everything will be fine.

I will post results in the next coming month. Its an amazing project,

together with a watch forum we will built a new watch and i am the

designer who make the design and visualizations.

 

Alex

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