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SolidWorks

According to our registry, SolidWorks is capable of opening the files listed below. It is possible that SolidWorks can convert between the listed formats as well, the application’s manual can provide information about it.

There are currently 34 file extension(s) associated to the SolidWorks application in our database.

File types

.swb
SolidWorks Older Macro
.swp
SolidWorks Macro
.slddrt
SolidWorks Sheet Document
.sldprt
SolidWorks Part Document
.sldasm
SolidWorks Assembly Document
.slddrw
SolidWorks Drawing Document
.p2m
PhotoWorks Appearance File
.drwdot
SolidWorks Drawing Template
.sldtbt
SolidWorks General Table Template
.prtdot
SolidWorks Part Template
.asmdot
SolidWorks Assembly Template
.sldbndtbt
SolidWorks Bend Table Template
.sldreg
SolidWorks Saved Settings
.sldlfp
SolidWorks Library Features File
.sldblk
SolidWorks Blocks File
.p2s
PhotoWorks Scene File
.cex
SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Exported Vault Settings
.slddot
SolidWorks Sheet Template
.swj
SolidWorks Journal Data
.sldftp
SolidWorks Form Tool File
.cog
SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Copied Log
.sldfvt
SolidWorks Favorite
.sldbomtbt
SolidWorks Bill of Materials Template
.asmprp
SolidWorks Assembly Properties Template
.prtprp
SolidWorks Parts Properties Template
.drwprp
SolidWorks Drawing Properties Template
.sldxml
SolidWorks 3DEXPERIENCE XML Document
.sldedb
SolidWorks Database
.sldstd
SolidWorks Drafting Standards Data
.sldwldtbt
SolidWorks Weldment Cutlist Template
.swar
SolidWorks Auto-recovery Document
.sldmat
SolidWorks Material Database
.sldclr
SolidWorks Color Palette Data
.sldsffvt
SolidWorks Surface Finish Style

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System requirements

The precise system requirements for the SolidWorks application are included in the software’s manual. You can find the manual in electronic format on SolidWorks’s website as well. We cannot provide support for this product, so in case of a problem, turn to the developer of SolidWorks!

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