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12. Are there are videos or webinars where I can learn about DSE 2.0 and the SOLIDWORKS upgrade path?


April 29, 2020 12:41

The April 14th Webinar is now available to watch on-demand.
In this SOLIDWORKS hosted webinar, you can learn how to create accurate harness documentation quickly with no errors using SOLIDWORKS Electrical:

-> Harness Schematic Creation
-> Utilizing Layouts for Harness Layouts
-> Using Mixed Schemes for Harness Layouts
-> Creating Accurate and Detailed Reports

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April 6, 2020 22:01

The March 10th Webinar is now available to watch on-demand.
This SOLIDWORKS hosted webinar gives you a closer look at Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) in order to design pneumatic or hydraulic systems efficiently with SOLIDWORKS Electrical:

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April 2, 2020 15:14

Registration link for April 14th Webinar on "Cable and Harnessing Design" with SOLIDWORKS Electrical:

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February 24, 2020 09:13

The February 20th Webinar is now available to watch on-demand. The organizers from SOLIDWORKS talk about the new DSE 2.0 release and the upgrade pathway to SOLIDWORKS Electrical (SWE) Standard and Professional:

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February 7, 2020 08:55

Yes. There are a series of webinars that SOLIDWORKS will host to talk about DSE 2.0 and how their paid software can provide you expanded capabilities.
The current schedule of webinars is as follows:

February 20th, 2020: Demonstration and offer for DSE users + what increased capability is in Solidworks Electrical (SWE) Standard and Professional?

Register below to attend on Feb 20 (live broadcast in English):
Topics for March 2020 and onwards (dates and links of webinars to be announced):
March 2020- Using SolidWorks Electrical for P&ID, and Fluids design
April 2020- Cable and Harnessing Design
May 2020- Control Panel Design
June 2020- Design Reuse

Here are some useful & interesting resources to find out the benefits & power of the SOLIDWORKS Electrical (SWE) paid package:

(WEBINAR- recorded) Comparing SWE to generic Electrical CAD packages to measure speed & efficiency gains:

(WEBINAR- recorded): Merging Electrical and Mechanical Design for Electrical Control Panels – SOLIDWORKS:

(WEBINAR- recorded): PLC Design and Automation with SOLIDWORKS Electrical:

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