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Revision Management in SOLIDWORKS Electrical

A lot of people want to know-how SOLIDWORKS Electrical revisioning works with PDM. However, SOLIDWORKS Electrical has a revision control built-in. You’re going to want the revision notes to be a part of the title block on the cover page and individual drawings, so it has the capability to annotate who drew, approved, and validated […]

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical Virtual Circuits

SOLIDWORKS Electrical tends to take the Electrical concept of a circuit and apply it to the back end of how this application works. Every connection point of a component is part of a circuit. Keeping that in mind there are few circuits available that can be used while creating the symbol connection points and setting […]

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Importing Components from BOM in SOLIDWORKS Electrical

The import wizard in SOLIDWORKS Electrical allows for bulk loading components with ease. Under Manufacturer parts manager select Import Then select the data source from either an Excel file or a text file. Since excel is a common format for most of the Bill of Material, an excel file is selected in this case. Once […]

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Why PDF Export Function is not working in SOLIDWORKS Electrical

Quite often customers using SOLIDWORKS Electrical have issues accessing printer properties while printing and creating PDFs from electrical drawings. SOLIDWORKS Electrical PDF Export files are created with a third-party application called “PDF Creator“. Originally it used to be installed with SOLIDWORKS Electrical up to SOLIDWORKS 2016 SP4. But with SOLIDWORKS 2016 SP5 and onwards it […]

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Create Electrifying Harness Designs in Record Time – SOLIDWORKS Electrical

Learn how SOLIDWORKS Electrical Simplifies Harness Design Today’s electro-mechanical designs are becoming increasingly complex, requiring electrical and mechanical engineers to work together better than ever. And communication between these two teams is critical in order to avoid increased costs and slow time to market. Additionally, if you develop physical prototypes, you can waste even more […]

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