SLDASM

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Title(s): SolidWorks Assembly Format

Version ID: SolidWorks 2009

Date released: 2008-09-17

Date: 1995

Creator(s): SolidWorks Corporation

Contributor(s): SolidWorks Corporation

Relationships: - The SolidWorks Assembly format was developed by SolidWorks Corporation in 1995. SolidWorks Corporation was acquired by Dassault Systèmes in 1997.

  • Syntax Format(s): None
  • Family Format(s): None

Description: SolidWorks Assembly format files are files produced by SolidWorks software. SolidWorks Assembly format files contain a number of SolidWorks Part format files that describe an object for CAD and CAM purposes.

History: See SolidWorks Company History for an overview of the format and company history.

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Documentation: SolidWorks Corporation

File Extensions: SLDPRT

Applications:

Magic numbers: Unknown; Proprietary format

Format(s): Unknown

Rights: Proprietary license

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  • Self-documentation: None
  • External dependencies: None

Typical use: CAD CAM

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  • Type {Binary, Text}: Binary
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