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Getting Organized with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Projects

Getting Organized with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Projects

For experienced designers, drafting electrical schematics and line diagrams is achievable in almost any software solution. Managing those drawings – and doing so efficiently – can be an entirely different story though, regardless of your background. During this first installment of a three-part webinar series, we will take a look at how SOLIDWORKS Electrical can help you reclaim control over your project documents and provide you with the flexible tools you need to adapt to shifting design requirements and aggressive timelines. 

About This Webinar

TriMech Elite Application Engineer, Tim Pulaski, demonstrates how to standardize your documentation conventions, organize and reorder your drawing sheets on the fly, and establish a library of commonly used drawings that can be assigned to a project with the push of a button. SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic is a powerful data-driven electrical design application that allows you to streamline and standardize your engineering procedures to produce high-quality schematics, block diagrams, and reports. Tim discusses a few of the many ways the tool can enhance your productivity by improving design oversight, reducing or eliminating costly errors, and automating time-consuming tasks.

In this webinar, Tim covers:

  • How to auto-populate title block attributes
  • How to manipulate project documents and impact on cross references
  • How to create project macros for design reuse
  • How to generate an up-to-date project index
  • How to establish project consistency and automation