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  1. Hey guys, is there a way to only delete part of a solid? Which means only part of a solids geometry. Unfortunately my model neither has a surface, nor lines. Only solid. If that's not possible, is there way to "reverse transform" a solid into a surface and subsequently a surface into lines? Of Course remodelling the whole model from the very begining starting with the 1D level would work, but I'd like to avoid that. Kind regards, Niclas
  2. Dear Evolve users, We want to bring to your notice that Evolve 2017.1 will not be supporting native solidWorks 2017 file format (part file) We expect the translators to be updated by the end of the first quarter of 2017. You will still be able to open evolve files (.evo) on solidWorks using our solidWorks plug in. Exchange of data between SolidWorks and Evolve can be done seamlessly using the parasolid (x_t and x_b) formats.
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