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2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

I know FRC has partnered with PTC and Autodesk, but does anyone have a STP for SolidWorks assembly of the field?

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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

I'm also looking for it.
For now, I mocked up the hoops and fender really quick to have something to use to height and distances. They are no where near complete.
Rename the file extension to .SLDPRT instead of .ipt
CD apparently doesn't support Solidworks files.
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File Type: ipt Hoops.ipt (184.0 KB, 16 views)
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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

There is a ProE Version on the PTC Website. I haven't found an easy way of converting an entire assembly and all of its subcomponents to a Solidworks Assembly. If somebody with ProE could open it, and just save as a .Step file, that would be a huge benifit to those teams who work in other CAD enviroments.

The autodesk website doesn't seem to have the 2012 field posted yet either.
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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

I use solidworks and download the PTC version. Open the part from solidworks. (if it doesn't show up in the folder you downloaded it too, change the bottom right drop down menu to "all files") It will take a few minutes to open and show the field. but then just "Save" and it converts it to a Solid works part. the field file name is "field_assembly_top_level". Worked for me, hopefully works for you . To prevent everything from moving Mate it as a Lock, by highlighting the whole field, and mate as "Lock". if you want the bridges to move it will take a little longer to do that.
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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

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I use solidworks and download the PTC version. Open the part from solidworks. (if it doesn't show up in the folder you downloaded it too, change the bottom right drop down menu to "all files") It will take a few minutes to open and show the field. but then just "Save" and it converts it to a Solid works part. the field file name is "field_assembly_top_level". Worked for me, hopefully works for you . To prevent everything from moving Mate it as a Lock, by highlighting the whole field, and mate as "Lock". if you want the bridges to move it will take a little longer to do that.
I get an error:
Empty assembly - No components or components conversion failed.

Could you put your converted version online somewhere for us?
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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

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I use solidworks and download the PTC version. Open the part from solidworks. (if it doesn't show up in the folder you downloaded it too, change the bottom right drop down menu to "all files") It will take a few minutes to open and show the field. but then just "Save" and it converts it to a Solid works part. the field file name is "field_assembly_top_level". Worked for me, hopefully works for you . To prevent everything from moving Mate it as a Lock, by highlighting the whole field, and mate as "Lock". if you want the bridges to move it will take a little longer to do that.
I tried to open a part but SW does nothing. I tell it to analyze completely, or to import it directly, click "OK" and then nothing happens.
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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

The FRC 2012 Kit of Parts and the Competition field are available on the Autodesk Education Community.

Click on this link and check out all the great resources for FRC 2012.

www.autodesk.com/first
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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

A STEP file of the FRC 2012 Competition field will be posted on the Autodesk Education Community within 30 minutes.

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A STEP file of the FRC 2012 Competition field will be posted on the Autodesk Education Community within 30 minutes.

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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

I will upload a .sldasm soon.
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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

The files is too large for CD, so here's a link.
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Re: 2012 Field Model for SolidWorks?

phild,
Due to school regulations we are stuck with inventor 2011 this year. When I open any files (field, motors, whatever) I get error:

"Error in reading RSe stream"

I assume this is a version difference. Can you please confirm? Is there any capability to get parts capable of use in INV11?
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