Dassault Systemes SolidWorks eDrawings Viewer
(as of 6/7/2017)
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- Supports SOLIDWORKS and AutoCAD .DWG and .DXF files
- Opens individual views and lets you arrange them however you want
- Provides dynamic viewing capabilities of 3D models
- Allows you to save eDrawings files in the STL, TIFF, JPEG, and BMP
Dassault Systemes SolidWorks eDrawings Viewer is a free utility used to view, print, and review eDrawings files. The desktop version is available for Windows and OS X, while the mobile version of eDrawings is available for purchase for Android and iOS.
eDrawings Viewer supports AutoCAD .DWG and .DXF files, along with SolidWorks files. After opening your file, you can open individual views and arrange them however you want, regardless of how the views were previously arranged in the original drawing. The viewer provides dynamic viewing capabilities of 3D models as you automatically rotate through each drawing view. The program is also able to compare the same location of a model in different views by identifying and matching geometry in various drawing views.
As you view design analysis results created by SolidWorks Simulation or review output from SolidWorks Plastics, you can easily share them with others through the application. When you are finished viewing the modes, eDrawings Viewer allows you to save eDrawings files in the STL, TIFF, JPEG, and BMP formats for rapid prototyping and presentation purposes.
eDrawings Viewer is a helpful utility that provides a variety of capabilities. If you need a free solution for viewing, printing, and reviewing eDrawings and AutoCAD DWG and DXF files, Dassault Systemes SolidWorks eDrawings Viewer is a great choice.
Primary file extension
Other file extensions used by Dassault Systemes SolidWorks eDrawings Viewer 2017
|Supported File Types|
|.DWG||AutoCAD Drawing Database File|
|.DXF||Drawing Exchange Format File|
|.EASM||eDrawings Assembly File|
|.EDRW||SolidWorks eDrawings File|
|.SLDDRW||SolidWorks Drawing File|
|.SLDPRT||SolidWorks Part File|
Updated: June 7, 2017