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    Pro-E to Solidworks

    Solidworks user need Pro-e files converted, does not have pro-e.

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    I thought that SW could open ProE files. I don't have SW available to me right now to test it.

    Otherwise you're going to need someone to convert them for you to a neutral format like IGES or STEP.
    Doug Schaefer | Director of Design and Engineering
    Concept Engineering | Columbus, OH

    614.279.8771 | www.conceptengr.com

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    Thank you, do you know where I can find someone with Pro-E to convert?

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