SolidWorks Electrical is a suite of software for users that design products requiring electrical systems for power, control, data acquisition, etc. SolidWorks Electrical enables the user to simplify the electrical design process and more precisely build the overall system design and integrate the design of the electrical aspects into the 3D mechanical model to create a better design in less time. Unlike tools used today, SolidWorks Electrical includes full, bi‐directional, real time linking between 2D schematic and 3D model data.
SolidWorks Electrical Versions
Main Differences between SolidWorks Electrical and SolidWorks Electrical 3D?
The SolidWorks Electrical and SolidWorks Electrical 3D products together provide the same design functionality as SolidWorks Electrical Professional. SolidWorks Electrical can be installed on a PC without SolidWorks. SolidWorks Electrical 3D is an add‐in to SolidWorks and therefore it requires SolidWorks. SolidWorks Electrical Professional installs the 2D and 3D products together on one computer that must have SolidWorks installed (the 2D and 3D products share licensing and can’t be separated).
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Automating SolidWorks Electrical Schematics Do you like SOLIDWORKS Configurations? Does automated creation of a few schematic drawings catch your interest? Then you might want to check out the new SP3 release of 2016 SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic. SOLIDWORKS snuck in a nice little bit of functionality called XLS Automation for doing just that. This new functionality […]
SolidWorks Electrical: Languages SolidWorks Electrical | Languages (SolidWorks Electrical 2016| Last edited November 9, 2015 – V1.0) SolidWorks Electrical Schematic uses a unique method to generate documentation during the schematic design process. By linking information together, changes made within a project can propagate to different areas of the project automatically. With this in place, it […]
SolidWorks Schematics -Are They Completely Accurate? As an electrical engineer with over 12 years of experience, I will be honest with you and say that in almost every project I’ve ever worked on, I’ve needed to go back and re-check my customer deliverables – such as my bill of materials, wire order sheet, or even […]