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Key Features of SolidWorks eDrawings

This information is specific to one or more CAD systems. See the SolidWorks eDrawings functionality matrix for availability information.

SolidWorks eDrawings features include:

Viewing native documents in the SolidWorks eDrawings Viewer, such as SolidWorks (*.sldprt, *.sldasm, and *.slddrw) and AutoCAD (*.dxf and *.dwg file) documents.

Creating eDrawings files from your CAD application

Support for Windows and Macintosh operating systems

Viewing SolidWorks Simulation and SolidWorks SimulationXpress data

Using eDrawings as a standalone viewer or as an embedded ActiveX control

Shading views

Viewing and customizing animations

Linking drawing views

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Exporting files as STL, BMP, JPEG, or TIFF files

 



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