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Old 12-19-2005, 01:29 PM   #1
Registered: Sep 2005
Distribution: Debian unstable && Kazit (reformated knoppix)
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searting for CAD prog that can read solidworks files

im heaving some difficolty to find CAD prog that will allow me 3D and converting solidworks files into some other one.
i tested some allready (like ac3d ,linuxcad )
what im searching is :
some convertion system for solid works files into some open standart.
3d CAD linux prog( even some VRML from drawing python script will be gr8).
any good solution is welcome ...

Yours truly..


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