My company have been using Solidworks 2017 only for a long time. After I came in to the Company, I am the only person who is using rhino 5 and i had to export my files to STEP every single time if they needed to fix it.
Because we are frequently exporting and importing, some files the surfaces are broken and unfix-able. Is there a better way to export and import in rhino 6?
Also do tell if there’s another solution for asymmetrical “Filletedge” (a.k.a both edge faces have different lengths and radius).
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I think question is clear. The answer to your first question is “No”. STEP would be your best choice. However, since it is missing metadata related to how your SW surfaces are created, and since Rhino is not a solid modeller the result is as you see it.
Since even the big boss McNeel doesn’t see value in bringing solid modelling into Rhino we’ll just have to live with this, alas major, limitation.
Regarding your second question. Using python you could probably make that easy. But do not expect it to be like a SW feature when imported back to SW. For the above mentioned reason.
Most problems I’ve encountered with bad solidworks stp imports. Can be traced back to loose file tolerances in solidworks. There’s a world of difference between files created by trained professionals and the self (youtube) taught.