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End the Disconnect between your Mechanical and Electrical Design [WHITE PAPER]

Article by Rod Mackay created/updated March 21, 2016

Electrical Design

The productivity gains related to using 3D CAD technology for mechanical design are now obtainable for electrical design through integration of electrical and mechanical development on a single 3D platform. Instead of relying on slow, non-integrated 2D tools to develop electrical schematics, control panel designs, and electrical system layouts, or manual techniques for routing wires, cables, and harnesses. Manufacturers can take advantage of SOLIDWORKS® Electrical 3D technology to fully integrate the electrical and mechanical aspects of machine and product design. Resulting in time and cost savings, as well as quality improvements.

Whether you need to create schematics, design electrical systems, select electrical components, automate wire and cable routing and harness design, or simply share electrical and mechanical design data — the following white paper will help you understand how integrating electrical and mechanical design with SOLIDWORKS Electrical software solutions, and will enable you to achieve your product development goals.

Why choose SOLIDWORKS Electrical design software?

SOLIDWORKS® Electrical software provides you with a single 3D development environment that integrates your 3D mechanical and electrical design so you can save time and money, increase innovation and improve product quality.

By adding SOLIDWORKS Electrical into your design process, you can:

  • Create electrical schematics
  • Design electrical systems
  • Schematically drive your mechanical model
  • Automate wire and cable routing and harness design
  • Share electrical and mechanical design data

Download the white paper below and see how companies like yours succeed with SOLIDWORKS Electrical.

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Rod Mackay

Rod has been using 3D CAD software for over 25 years and has trained thousands of designers to use their CAD systems more effectively. Rod is the Javelin Webmaster and is based in Ottawa, ON., Canada.

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