Saving an eDrawings file


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Saving an eDrawings file

SolidWorks eDrawings is a powerful 3d data, viewing and annotating program. With one click of the mouse, a Solid Works user, can save a single file that can contain complex assemblies, and can compress that file down, to a size that's easy to work with, and easy to email. Saving out an e-drawings file, couldn't be any simpler. First off, notice this assembly here is made up of multiple sub assemblies and multiple parts. There's a lot of different hardware in here. It's a pretty complex assembly. I've got a whole hardware folder and a lot of components. And this is a lot of components all saved on the hard drive across multiple locations.

When I save on an eDrawing, it's going to compress it all down to one file. First off, go up to File, go to Save As, and it lets you save as, instead of assembly, make sure you choose eDrawings. There's a couple of options when I'm working with e-drawings, one of them is okay to measure the e-drawing file. It's really important ca...

Saving an eDrawings file
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Saving an eDrawings file provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Gabriel Corbett as part of the Up and Running with eDrawings

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SOLIDWORKS eDrawings
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