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Solid Edge Files

The Solid Edge translator imports the Parasolid information of Solid Edge® parts (including sheet metal parts) or assemblies into SolidWorks part or assembly documents. Only the Parasolid information is extracted, not the proprietary feature information.

To open a Solid Edge part or assembly:

  1. Click File > Open.
  2. Set Files of type to one of the following:
    • Solid Edge Part (*.par, *.psm)
    • Solid Edge Assembly (*.asm)
  3. Browse to a file, and click Open.


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