Datakit Updates SOLIDWORKS Converters

LYON, France, Feb 22, 2022 – Datakit, a leading CAD data exchange company announces a wide range of new plug-ins.

SOLIDWORKS 3D to CATIA V4

Overview

  • Enables accurate and convenient CAD data transfer from SOLIDWORKS to CATIA V4.
  • Does not require a license of CATIAV4.
  • Converts part and assembly files :.sldprt and .sldasm files
  • Translates all 3D data.

Version

  • (SOLIDWORKS: 2007 to 2021) (CATIA V4: 4)

SOLIDWORKS 3D to CATIA V5

Overview

  • Enables accurate and convenient CAD data transfer from SOLIDWORKS to CATIA V5.
  • Does not require a license of CATIAV5.
  • Converts parts and assemblies :.sldprt and .sldasm files

Version

  • (SOLIDWORKS: 2007 to 2021) (CATIA V5: R14 & R19)

SOLIDWORKS 3D to JT

Overview

  • Plug-in to export JT files using SOLIDWORKS.

Version

  • (SOLIDWORKS: 2007 to 2021) (JT: 8.0 & 9.5)

SOLIDWORKS 3D to PDF 3D

Overview

  • Enables to save SOLIDWORKS models in 3DPDF files (.pdf)
  • Does not require a license of Adobe Acrobat or any other third party software.
  • Keeps geometry, PMI (product manufacturing information) and metadata.

Version

  • (SOLIDWORKS: 2007 to 2021) (PDF: 1.7)

SOLIDWORKS 3D to UG NX

Overview

  • Enables accurate and convenient CAD data transfer from SOLIDWORKS to NX (Unigraphics).
  • Does not require a license of NX.
  • Converts .prt files

Version

  • (SOLIDWORKS: 2007 to 2021) (UG NX: NX 5)

About Datakit

Datakit is a leading company founded in 1994, specialized in CAD data exchange solutions and services. It offers standalone converters, plug-ins and SDK that import, analyze and export a large number of CAD formats. Datakit exposes a wide range of geometrical and semantic data (assemblies, annotations, metadata, PMI) through its various range of products. It also provides services that aid in the migration of CAD databases and help customers choose the best data transfer solutions. It works closed to many independent software vendors that currently integrate its CAD data exchange solutions to their own software.

For more information, please visit www.datakit.com.

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