The Fundamentals of Solidworks Electrical

Discover how the integrated tools for Electrical Design help cut out cumbersome communication problems in your process.

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With powerful schematic creation tools, designers work more efficiently than in general-purpose CAD systems and time-saving tools help them get the job done faster.

Three Step Process

Electrical designers at companies of all sizes, traditionally follow a three-step process when creating a new design:

The biggest problem with this process is the time required to accurately document the system because many updates are required every time a change is made. When more designers are involved and there is more collaboration on the project, document accuracy becomes exponentially more complex.

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Two valuable ways to save time using SOLIDWORKS Electrical:

1 Flexible schematic creation tools enable designers to work more efficiently than in general-purpose CAD systems and time-saving tools help them get the job done faster.
2 Powerful project management tools automate the time-consuming and error-prone process of creating, updating, and checking many separate project documents, which means any change made in one area of a project will be reflected in all other relevant areas. For example, if a switch is substituted on a schematic for an alternate part, any reference to that switch in the BOM, wiring list and other documentation will reflect the change.

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