Test Drive the Future of SOLIDWORKS Electrical Systems Design & SOLIDWORKS PCB

by Jeff Jordan

Are you ready to ‘test-drive’ the future of electrical systems design & PCB?

With SOLIDWORKS Electrical, we use a purpose-built electrical schematics tool to drive a real-deal SQL database. In turn, it automates our workflow and completely automates report creation.  We know it’s not enough to read about or see it in a video – you want to see it for yourself! We have an event for you to come!

In addition, you can also join us to learn how to amp up your Printed Circuit Boards designs by driving mechanical constraints earlier in the process, providing real-time collaboration of electromechanical changes and automated engineering change orders while compiling documentation to support the project.

Come and get your hands on it, verify that it’ll do what you need it to do for your business at an Electrical and/or PCB Hands-on Test Drive near you.

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Test Drive

Learn how to simplify your life with SOLIDWORKS Electrical real-time multi-user 2D and 3D design, collaboration, and creation of all your manufacturing documents. In addition, you can look forward to:

  • Purpose-built, database-driven electrical schematic tool
  • Manage complex schematic designs with ease, across multiple users
  • Leverage single line schematics into multiline power and control and PLC schematics, with automatic wire numbering and component tagging
  • Reuse existing designs efficiently, and intelligently
  • Have SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD reference your schematic to create all your realistic wires, cables, and harnesses
  • Use the automatic report creation to produce all your electrical manufacturing documents – Bills of Material, wire/cable lists (with actual lengths), from/to lists, wire tags, and more!

PCB Hands-on Test Drive

  • Understand how to design printed circuit boards within a Unified environment for schematic, pcb and electromechanical integration
  • Design schematics by using built-in Symbol Wizard and adding Supplier Links to allow the procurement of components to be streamlined
  • Utilize the Automated Engineering Change Order to update all schematic information to the PCB
  • Finalize the pcb design by placing Components, Routing traces, and creating the Fabrication and Assembly outputs for documentation
  • Ensure the mechanical constraints are met by mating the printed circuit board to an enclosure and making modifications in SOLIDWORKS that are synchronized with the Electrical design.

We look forward to seeing you there. Find a location near you:

Register for an Upcoming Electrical /PCB Hands-on Test Dive

 

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About Jeff Jordan

Jeff Jordan is an Application Engineer based in San Diego. He came to GoEngineer from his motorsports company, attended UC Irvine where he studied Computer Science and Electrical Engineering and served in the US Navy. He’s SOLIDWORKS Certified (Mechanical Design and Electrical), and spends most of his time helping businesses large and small cut development time, improve manufacturing, and flat-out do better work with Stratasys 3D Printers. Outside of GoEngineer, he’s been spotted terrorizing race tracks on a variety of two- and four-wheeled motor vehicles and enjoying great BBQ nationwide.

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