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I've contacted Fastrad about this issue and this is their response. I'm still working on this problem and will keep you all in the loop. Hopefully we can find some solution.
> On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 1:08 AM, jean-charles thomas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Dear Mr Callahan, > > I am afraid the STEP format does not provide any dedicated field for the > material information (name, density and mass ratio). > When you export from Solidworks in STEP, you lost the material information. > In Fastrad, you have to organize your imported model, to define the > materials list and to set the material to the different part of your model. > > Best Regards. > > The Fastrad Team.