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Comment by Benjilali MAhdi on February 5, 2011 at 3:33am
Assalamou Alaykom Wa Rahmatou Allahi Wa Barakatouh Kay Halek Ahmed
So, I have installed proE WF 5 but it tell me no license available even I gave the license file when installing
Finally I discovered that I must keep the license file where I I’ve browsed first and not remove it. Because proE will not take the file but just the addressee so for example if your license is on the CD you have first to copy it in your hard drive and than when the install wizard ask a license browse to this file in the hard drive an keep it there

I hope this can help you
Comment by Tahir Ahmad on February 4, 2011 at 11:57pm

Hi All Engineers...I have installed ProE wf 4..when I try to open it , it dont start and tell " Unable to launch application because no valid configuration (*.psf) files were found" ...Any one can solve this problem..

Comment by Lance Brown on January 20, 2011 at 9:16am

There is a member on MCAD Central with a problem with his mechanism.  Can anyone help them out?

http://www.mcadcentral.com/proe/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=41881&...

 

Comment by Benjilali MAhdi on January 4, 2011 at 2:19am

Hello Engineers

I am a SolidWorks Drafter, I have a good experience with Sheet metal and Weldments I have recently heard that ProE is more powerful than SolidWorks, i Have seen some video (SolidWorks VS ProE)

I tried it for 2 weeks but i didn't yet find the advantages of ProE and i find that SolidWorks is more flexible

 

     

Comment by SRINIVASAN C IYER on December 5, 2010 at 2:52am
@Bryan Daniels : You cannot do a save as like ACAD since the models are parametric and are feature based. However, you can save as a Proe neutral file and have ATB (Associative Topology Bus) on in WF 3. Though this is not the preferred way. It is better to upgrade all the seats to WF5. I am not sure whether the Feature recognition does the trick. Search the config.pro for "frt...." and enable it.
Comment by Bryan Daniels on November 24, 2010 at 12:19pm
Hi
I'm Bryan and though I'm pretty good with Inventor, I'm fairly new to Pro/E. My company is switching from Inventor to Pro/E and I've got an awful lot of parts and assemblies to convert over. I am using WF 5.0, so it makes it easier, but everyone else is using WF 3.0. Does anyone know if there is a way to save to a previous version of Pro/E? In Inventor and ACAD this is easy, but I cannot find a way to do it here! Any ideas? tia
Comment by Marshall Matheson on November 12, 2010 at 2:15pm
Name change on the Group to reflect new product names - left in Pro | E name to reduce any confusion through brand transition
Comment by Melinda Monaco on September 24, 2010 at 9:32am
Norton Cycles Revs the Commando 961 Redesign. Pro/E Gets it Done. http://bit.ly/9JtfbV
Comment by Bruce Nemec on July 14, 2010 at 5:40pm
Russ;
Try the free trial download of Actify via this link as I believe that their software can convert the IDF files.

http://www.actify.com/sem/spinfire-professional/?_kk=catia%20cad&am...

Bruce
Comment by Russ Whitaker on July 14, 2010 at 5:09pm
I'm trying to find a way to convert IDF files into Pro/e solid models. Can anyone help me please?
 

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