This article discusses working with wires in SOLIDWORKS Electrical and the differences between Wire Mark, Wire Label, and Equipotential Label. Knowing how and when to use the proper selection for wire numbering will determine your wire numbering outcome.
Every SOLIDWORKS Electrical project begins with a template - even a default template. But with many templates, one size does not often fit all right out of the box. If you find yourself making the same changes to a new project each time, even a few minor ones, then it is time to create a template.
Automatically backup your SOLIDWORKS Electrical environment with Auto-archiver, now part of the SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic software. With Auto-archiver, there is no need for a user connected to a server environment to remember to back up the software!
If you’re reading this article, you are either thinking of buying SOLIDWORKS Electrical or you are an existing user and experiencing issues. This could either be SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematics, the standalone program, or the SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D add-in for the SOLIDWORKS CAD software.
SOLIDWORKS Electrical includes a wide variety of symbols predefined in the Symbol Library. However, there are times when you need something just a bit different. The easiest way to create a new symbol in SOLIDWORKS Electrical is to start with an existing symbol, make a copy, then edit the new symbol to match your needs.
Using the words “SOLIDWORKS Electrical” and “network” in the same sentence always seems to create confusion. Customers sometimes ask if SOLIDWORKS Electrical is its own standalone software and how standalone and network licenses work. This guide will clear up some of the puzzlement!
Consider these 'better' practices when performing a SOLIDWORKS Electrical Server installation that will save you a lot of time and headache! The default installation for a server installation automatically defaults to installing the Electrical server products. This means that only the data, SQL, and collaborative service are installed on the server.
Prefer a darker background? Want a larger crosshair at the cursor? Zooming the wrong direction? We can adjust all of these settings and more in the Interface Configuration selection in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematics 2021. To get there, go to the Tools Tab (1), and then the Interface configuration button (2).