Saving to the STEP format


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Saving to the STEP format

Saving out your design to some type of a universal file type, is very common in industry. Now, so, we're going to go through and see how we can export this file here, to a step file as well as a nydus file so, first things first, let's take a look. I actually have the assembly open, so, you can save out an assembly all put together, or you can save out individual file types, depending on how you want to use that part. So, pretty simple and straightforward just go up here to File > Save As and when you come down here, instead of assembly, let's come down and choose Step.

There's two different versions of step, there's the AP203 and the 214. I prefer using the 214 because it includes the color, click on that and you can choose a few options here as well. So you can kind of choose if you want solids in surface or wire frame. Solids in surface is generally what I would be choosing, so, there're not that many options here but I do want to point out a few of them. Then go ahead a...

Saving to the STEP format
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Saving to the STEP format provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Gabriel Corbett as part of the Sheet Metal with SOLIDWORKS: Enclosure Design Project

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