Well there's an option in solidworks that allows you to save as pro-e prt. but like you said it doesn't have history,model tree or parent ,child relations. But i could add features to the part and that's about it.Anyways I got the job done.
Just save the sld.part to any of the pro-e file (pro-e neutral,igs, step, parasolid, etc.) and open it. then start insertting datums, axis .cys and your ready to go, keep in mind you are only can add features not modify.
Oh, I thought you had figured out how to import the history. Solidworks can import proe files with most of the history intact. So, I thought you had found a way to export solidworks part with most of its history into a proe file. Oh well.
I am not a Solid Works guy, but I have heard that it can save the model in proe format with the history in model tree(most features will be converted to revolve and extrude).If it is a simple model then I think you can do thatorif it is a complex model like casting model etc JUST FORGET IT you will have to do it again.
I typically export step files to ProE and then nsert them into my template part. I rebuild the geometry to match the STEP and then delete the import data to ensure no parent child relation ship exist. I do this for several of my clients. If you need a quote please PM me.
That is exactly what I've done. Next thing I am going to try is to export the sw sketches into wf2. I figure that as long as I can get the sketches of each feature, rebuilding the solid model will be a piece of cake, or pie