XSYNC is an add-in that enables SOLIDWORKS to keep all selected exported files (STEP, DXF, PDF) synchronized.
Enables SOLIDWORKS to keep all selected exported file formats synchronized with the native SOLIDWORKS Documents
It is constantly monitoring the SOLIDWORKS save operation. When it detects that a SOLIDWORKS document is about to be saved, is checking if an export setting has been applied in the document.
If it has, the software is automatically applying those rules (Save and overwrite, ask before overwriting, ech) for exported or backup files to the pre-defined locations, with the pre-defined file names.
XSYNC enables synchronization of exported file types for all SOLIDWORKS Documents (Parts, Assembly, Drawings), supporting all SOLIDWORKS versions since 2015 to Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10 operating systems.
We also undertake incorporating features on demand, according to the customer’s particular preferences. Learn more about Custom Software Development.
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The team behind XSYNC
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