SolidWorks and CorelDRAW are applications used for engineering and design purposes. SolidWorks is a computer-aided design program, while CorelDRAW is a vector-based graphics program. Each software has its own proprietary file type: SolidWorks uses .sldprt files, while CorelDRAW uses .cdr files. Fortunately, both softwares can import and export a wide range of file types. You can transfer project files from one application to the other without using any third-party applications.
Open SolidWorks. Click on "File" and "Open." Browse to the SolidWorks file and double-click on it to open it.
Click on "File" and "Save As." Choose ".dxf" from the "File Types" menu. Click "Save."
Open CorelDRAW. Click on "File" and "Open." Browse to the .dxf file and double-click on it to open it. Once you have opened the file in CorelDRAW, you can save it as a .cdr file.