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If nothing else is suggested, you could try recording a journal, then editing the journal to make it "generic" (e.g. "pick a solid" then "enter a name" and the journal does the rest. Or if this is a "one time" thing, and the solids are identified somehow, it could all be automatic)
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
I'd rather be e-steamed than e-diseaseled
If feature history is not required, then you may export the Parasolid file. By default it will create an assembly stucture.
You may also do the same with JT files and select the option to create separate files.
Please take a look at the attached movie. You basically select all the bodies and export to Parasolid. One .x_t file will be created. When you open the x_t file in NX, the system will automatically create separate components. Then once you save, each solid will be in an individual component.