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All the configurations are exported and available in the Editor after the export and the conversion. In SolidWorks there is no standard concerning configuration management, but Nomad 3D have requirements concerning these. The configurations are stored at the global level. A `median` configuration is mandatory. The `min` and `max` configurations can be provided but are optional. All the components should have the same visibility in the `median`, `min` and `max` configurations. Any other configuration will be ignored. So for Nomad 3D, ideally there are 3 configurations : `median`, `min`, `max`.






* Edit > Configurations > Save median configuration :



The `median` configuration can be calculated automatically once all the axes are calibrated. This configuration is generated using the active configuration to get the components visibility, and the median values (i.e. 0) of the axes to get the positions of the components. Notice that it is not enough to calibrate an axis even if the `median` exists. It is necessary to save the `median` configuration.



The `median` configuration can be calculated automatically once all the axes are calibrated. This configuration is generated using the active configuration to get the components visibility, and the median values (i.e. 0) of the axes to get the positions of the components. Notice that it is not enough to calibrate an axis even if the `median` configuration exists. It is necessary to save the `median` configuration.






* Edit > Configurations > Save min configuration :



If the bounds of all the axes are defined, the `min` configurations can be computed automatically in the Editor as well, using these bounds and the active configuration.

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