Okay, I am VERY much a beginner with SE. I am a technical writer, and typically get 3D models from my clients and then I use them to create the illustrations I need.
Got a SLDASM file from a customer, and when I open it in SE, there's nothing visible.
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You also need the parts that go along with the assembly. So you'll need a set of *.SLDPRT files, and possibly *.SLDASM subassemblies.
A SolidWorks viewer can read just the *.SLDASM file, except in some situations, where it might be a subassembly never saved in its own window.
I'd be happy to take a look.....
OK...do you know what version of SWks the files were last saved on?
Go ahead and post them as an attachement here, as a ZIP file, and one of us might be able to help further....I'm on ST7 so I may not be able to offer anything useful.