No, it’s independent-merely browse to where the assembly file is.
The SolidWorks® Viewer is necessary, & it’s free.
Yes… to generate, manipulate and filter maps of your assemblies. MindManager 9 has a Gantt chart view.
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The data in the generated maps simplifies and eases the flow of data between CAD and your existing process.
You would configure the map of a checked-out assembly from your scratch directory.
Yes, using EPDM you can browse directly to an assembly within the vault – no checkout required.
No – with SolidWorks® Explorer, you can access and update all of the changed properties.
Yes it does – it even keeps count of and names configurations of the same part.
Windows 7/10 and MindManager V14 to 2017. SolidWorks 2014 to 2017. Maps export to MS Project.
CadOMap™ can generate a map right way with little setup. MindManager is very easy and intuitive.
Please go to the section How can CadOMap™ help you?, and you’ll find several cases where CadOMap™ will be helpful depending of your particular situation.
Use the i.e. the Alarm Bell icon to identify changed topics. Each designer can filter for their name and the Alarm Bell icon and see exactly what they need to do (or change)
Get your assembly into MS Project
No, just the opposite – it allows you to move some of the data (being duplicated elsewhere) centrally into SolidWorks® for one-time entry and management.