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Software that can be used for conversion of ics file type to sldprt format.

It is not possible to directly convert IronCAD CAD drawings (.ics) to Solidworks formats like the SLDPRT, which is what ics to sldprt conversion represents.

However, both of these programs support Parasolid formats (X_T). So the best course of action is to convert ics to x_t which can then be imported to SolidWorks to produce SLDPRT CAD part technical drawing.

Updated: October 22, 2018

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

 

Additional links: ics file extension details, sldprt file extension details

ICS

Files with ics file extension are calendar data in exchange format which is widely accepted in many personal information managers and e-mail clients such as Microsoft Outlook, or Apple iCal. It is an universal format for transporting calendar data and events from one program to another.

An ics file extension is related to the IronCAD a 3D CAD solution. An ics file stores CAD model.

An ics file extension is related to the cytometry file format. Cytometry is a technique for counting, examining, and sorting microscopic particles suspended in a stream of fluid.

An ics file extension is associated with the SwiftView, a printing and graphics viewing utility. An ics file stores command data.

The *.ics file extension is related to the Sony IC Recorer an sound recording device. The *.ics file stores recorded sound.

SLDPRT

Files with sldprt file extension can be typically found as CAD parts made using SolidWorks CAD designing suite.

 

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