Getting Organized with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Reports

When becoming an engineer, they don’t tell you how much labor goes into documenting and supporting an electrical system that you have helped design. Sourcing specification sheets, entering data into Excel, and updating your work can consume the majority of your workday.

During this final installment of a three-part webinar series, we will be focused on a few ways that SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic can enhance your productivity by improving design oversight, reducing or eliminating costly errors, and automating time-consuming tasks.

 

Reporting in SOLIDWORKS Electrical

In the on-demand webinar, Tim Pulaski, will dive into the reporting functions available in SOLIDWORKS Electrical that allow you to automate the publication of BOMs, wire run lists, and I/0 lists directly from the associative schematic drawings. Tim will also look at how design rule checks (DRCs) can help you maintain your workflow, by scanning your projects for errors to guarantee a dependable set of electrical documents by the conclusion of your project.

  • Creating Reports
  • Explore BOMs and wire run lists
  • Publishing to Excel and project documents
  • How to leverage filters to focus results
  • Using Design Rule Checks (DRCs) to eliminate errors

About The Presenter

Tim Pulaski, Elite Application Engineer

Tim is an Elite Application Engineer with 10+ years of experience supporting SOLIDWORKS products for clients from a wide variety of industries and disciplines. He currently specializes in the SOLIDWORKS Electrical product suite, leading the deployment, configuration and training of the application for businesses across the eastern United States. His hobbies include PC and console gaming and inventing progressively more irresponsible activities together with his kids.

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