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 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.
Check out all the features of XSYNC.
01. How XSYNC is keeping all exports synchronized
02. How to select file types of interest
03. How to create SOLIDWORKS template files, that include the XSYNC settings
04. How to define DXF export settings, to all Sheet Metals Parts
05. How to define export settings, without opening the files in SOLIDWORKS
06. How to add export settings to multiple Drawings
07. How to batch export, all pre-defined file types, in a SOLIDWORKS Assembly Document
08. How XSYNC is keeping your exports synchronized, when closing a SOLIDWORKS document
09. How XSYNC is keeping your exports synchronized, when exiting SOLIDWORKS
10. How to define export setting(s) for a custon model view
11. How to automatically take snapshots of a SOLIDWORKS document, while designing
12. How to export standard views snapshots, of a SOLIDWORKS document
13. How to export all documents in a SOLIDWORKS Assembly (Parts and subassemblies) as PDF file type
14. How to clear all export settings
15. How to reset XSYNC data
16. How to reset XSYNC data, without opening files in SOLIDWORKS
17. How to completly delete all XSYNC data
How to define STEP file export settings, for all sheet metal parts in a SOLIDWORKS Assembly document
The team behind XSYNC
We sincerely hope that you find XSYNC useful and applicable to your company or personal workplace. We are looking forward to receiving your comments and suggestions, so do not hesitate to contact us.
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