Articles by: Delvin Masilamani

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

SOLIDWORKS PCB 2018 IPC Footprint Wizard

The SOLIDWORKS PCB IPC Footprint Wizard is probably one of the most anticipated features for SOLIDWORKS PCB 2018; we expect this to reduce creation time, increase accuracy and create the necessary step files to synchronize with SOLIDWORKS. Along with creating high pin out packages it…

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2018 User Experience Enhancements

SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2018 User Experience

SOLIDWORKS 2018 focused on delivering better user experience to the electrical design community. Below are some of our favorite SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2018 User Experience enhancements: Symbol Editor The Edit Symbol feature has an interface update, which now allows users to Modify Index for Indexed Attributes,…

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SOLIDWORKS PCB 2018 Secure Web Hosting Services

The SOLIDWORKS PCB solution provides web hosting services to ensure collaboration between Electronic and mechanical interfaces of the design platform. HTTPS protocol was introduced in SOLIDWORKS PCB 2018 to ensure secure communication over networks, uphold data integrity and privacy. The SOLIDWORKS PCB services can now…

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SOLIDWORKS PCB 2018 Symbol Wizard

SOLIDWORKS PCB Symbol Wizard

The introduction of the SOLIDWORKS PCB Symbol Wizard tool in the 2018 release is expected to significantly improve productivity and reduce time spent in the library, giving users a chance to focus only on design and engineering. Where to find the SOLIDWORKS PCB Symbol Wizard Select Schematic…

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What is a SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic Component?

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic Component

A SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic Component is a unique device designation/mark. Multiple symbols can make one component. Every component is directly linked to a manufacturer part; e.g. In a case of coil and contacts arrangements, we can keep adding additional auxiliary contacts to this component. This…

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Why use SOLIDWORKS Electrical Passive Symbols?

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Passive Symbols

There are instances where some tasks require a representation which do not appear on a BOM, do not have part information and also do not consume a device mark or a device tag. SOLIDWORKS Electrical Passive Symbols are typically created and left in the database to…

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical Design Automation

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Design Automation caters to various types of user experience. For those who are starting out it can be as simple as drag objects, drop and connect wires. As the system design increases in complexity, users can then leverage automation features available within the…

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical and SOLIDWORKS Mechanical Working in Collaboration

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Collaboration

Often we find users surprised with how the complete solution works and delivers next level of technology. Integrating the mechanical and electrical design space requires change from existing design practices. SOLIDWORKS Electrical collaboration with SOLIDWORKS Mechanical CAD requires a few key criteria to be satisfied….

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2017 Top 5 Features

The DS SOLIDWORKS team has continued it’s ever adaptive model of listening to their users and adding changes to SOLIDWORKS Electrical. The 2017 version has introduced new features which we hope customers will enjoy using and help them to be more productive. Listed below are Javelin’s SOLIDWORKS…

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