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Getting Organized with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Components


Getting Organized with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Components

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic is a powerful, data-driven electrical design application that allows users to streamline and standardize engineering procedures to produce high-quality schematics, block diagrams, and reports. For experienced designers, drafting electrical schematics and line diagrams is achievable in almost any software solution. During this second installment of a three-part webinar series, we will be focused on a few ways the tool can enhance your productivity by improving design oversight, reducing or eliminating costly errors, and automating time-consuming tasks.

About This Webinar

TriMech Elite Application Engineer, Tim Pulaski, demonstrates how SOLIDWORKS Electrical helps you manage the devices that drive your electrical systems and provide project stakeholders with crucial information to make your vision a reality. Tim shows how to effortlessly manage component cross-references, use advanced searching tools to locate items of interest quickly, and organize our project into subassemblies for easier navigation.

In this webinar, Tim covers:

  • How to manage component cross-references
  • Developing project assembly structure (locations)
  • Locating specific components, wires, and cables in a project
  • Maintaining project-wide reference designations (tags)
  • Updating and editing devices