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Solidworks Part Document Configuration Ripper
Thursday, September 4, 2008
How to insert each Configuration of part document into separate file using Configuration Ripper ?

Suppose we have a solidworks part with five configurations. we would like to insert each configuration into its own part file, while still preserving its history.Is it possible to rip all the configurations seperately in solidworks?

Yes we can.

There are two ways to rip the configuration of solidworks part document to my knowledge.

1.Copy the file 5 times and delete the configurations that are not used in each one.
2.Other one is by using running macros

First method is timing consuming process. If we are having more configurations then it is tedious to copy the part document and delete the configurations

Second method by running macros to rip all the configurations is very easy to do withiin matter of seconds we can rip all the configs of solidworks pat document.

Download One such Configuration ripper I used mostly in my projects.

How to use this Config Ripper ?

1.Open solidworks.
3.Browse the location of Solidworks part document which configurations need to be ripped.

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posted by Admin @ 10:21 PM  
  • At July 15, 2011 at 5:17 PM, Blogger Rajendra Kumar Sharma said…

    This ripper is cool, and give us lots of time to do other work. Apart from part can we have ripper for assembly files? As this macro is not working on asm files. Please send this at

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