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The June 23rd webinar covers some of the out-of-the box features in SOLIDWORKS Electrical that will allow you to easily automate your workflow and processes. There are no additional modules or add-ins required in order to perform the features that will be covered during this webinar. All levels of automation that are available will be explored during this presentation. The following features will be presented:
-> Project Templates
-> PLC Automation
-> Excel Automation
-> SOLIDWORKS Electrical API
Available ON-DEMAND: https://www.gotostage.com/channel/d3e70f6d07fb4a5ba47fcbc510c2db21/recording/535e6d7ca22c485ba488e6abc6a9e021/watch
Associated DesignSpark article: https://www.rs-online.com/designspark/solidworks-electrical-automation-made-easy
The May 5th and 19th webinars are a two-part ECAD town hall series, hosted by SOLIDWORKS and now available on-demand.
Part 1: PROJECT CREATION and INITIAL WORKFLOW
-> Brainstorm and communicate designs more effectively utilizing the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform
-> Manage project files more efficiently with PDM
-> Dive into creative Schematic Capture and Board Layout
Part 2: DESIGN, ANALYSIS, and FINALIZING DOCUMENTATION
-> Design collaboratively and seamlessly across mechanical and electrical teams
-> Validate design performance with thermal simulation tools
-> Generate valuable project deliverables – including marketing material
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
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:
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: https://www.gotostage.com/channel/designspark
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): https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6876610007351255821
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: https://bit.ly/2vemQxm
(WEBINAR- recorded): Merging Electrical and Mechanical Design for Electrical Control Panels – SOLIDWORKS: https://bit.ly/2S4mIJs
(WEBINAR- recorded): PLC Design and Automation with SOLIDWORKS Electrical: https://bit.ly/39fKRmh
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