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SolidWorks Electrical 2014: What’s New?

Article by Delvin Masilamani created/updated September 19, 2013

Last year when SolidWorks announced it’s Electrical Package, it had every one intrigued with the hope & possibility of unifying the overall design process. After crossing into uncharted territory, it merged the Electrical Schematic world with the Mechanical 3D world and created a robust product. The product seamlessly works with it’s SQL Database for fast real time data management.

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A year into the Electrical Product launch and SolidWorks has paid attention to customer requests. They acted and as a result the Electrical Package is at a new level. SolidWorks Electrical 2014 has hundreds of enhancements and I’m sure there will be a lot of happy end users!

Key enhancements in SolidWorks Electrical 2014:

SolidWorks Electrical is now integrated as one complete SolidWorks design package. What this means is that users have a powerful solution at their finger tips. From Data Management to Bill of Materials or Electrical Schematics to Simply Shop design, SolidWorks offers a complete Engineering Solution.

It’s our End users who have pushed SolidWorks to achieve this next level of progress. Stay tuned as we explore and share more insight on what’s new in SolidWorks Electrical 2014.

 

 

 

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Delvin Masilamani

Delvin is ‎Senior Solutions Expert at Javelin and is based in our Oakville, Ontario office.

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