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Title(s): SolidWorks Part Format

Version ID: SolidWorks 2009

Date released: 2008-09-17

Date: 1995

Creator(s): SolidWorks Corporation

Contributor(s): SolidWorks Corporation

Relationships: - The SolidWorks Part 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 Part format files are files produced by SolidWorks software. SolidWorks Part format files contain geometric data that describes an object for CAD and CAM purposes. SolidWorks Part format files are also contained within SolidWorks Assembly format files.

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

Example(s):

Identifier:

Documentation: SolidWorks Corporation

File Extensions: SLDPRT

Applications:

Magic numbers: Unknown; Proprietary format

Format(s): Unknown

Rights: Proprietary license

Sustainability Factors:

  • Standardization:
  • Adoption:
  • Self-documentation: None
  • External dependencies: None

Typical use: CAD CAM

File classification:

  • Type {Binary, Text}: Binary
  • Raster data:
    • Raster data 2D:
      • Is Supported:
      • Description:
    • Raster data 3D:
      • Is Supported:
      • Description:
  • Geometric representation:
    • Implicit representation:
      • Implicit surfaces:
        • Is Supported:
        • Description:
      • Implicit curves:
        • Is Supported:
        • Description:
      • Point set:
        • Is Supported:
        • Description:
    • Mesh:
      • Manifold surface meshes:
        • Is Supported:
        • Description:
      • Manifold volume meshes:
        • Is Supported:
        • Description:
      • Non-manifold meshes:
        • Is Supported:
        • Description:
    • Parametric representation:
    • Contour sets:
      • Is Supported:
      • Description:
    • NURBS:
  • Multi-resolution models:
    • Is Supported:
    • Description:
  • Dynamics:
    • Kinematics:
      • Is Supported: Yes
      • Description: Kinematics are supported
    • Assembly:
      • Is Supported:
      • Description:
    • Force(s):
  • Boundary representation
    • Manifold surface boundary representations:
      • Is Supported:
      • Description:
    • Manifold volume boundary representations:
      • Is Supported:
      • Description:
    • Non-manifold boundary representations:
      • Is Supported:
      • Description:
  • Material transparency:

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