Open Native TracePro Files Created In SolidWorks

March 23, 2006
TracePro 3.3.6 (software for ray tracing and optical simulations) works with the TracePro Bridge add-in to SolidWorks 2006.

V3.3.6, which features an updated kernel, is required to open native TracePro files that were created in SolidWorks. Users can apply TracePro optical-engineering and illumination properties to SolidWorks parts and assemblies and save the data directly to native SolidWorks files or as TracePro files. Users then open the models in V3.3.6 for ray trace and analysis. V3.3.6 features updated documentation for macro commands and additional commands including DXF exporting and RGB color analysis. Current TracePro users can download an update installer at

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