9 Rules for Cooperative Electrical and Mechanical Product Design

Producing electromechanical products requires excellent communication between electrical and mechanical engineers. Sometimes, this is not so easy to achieve.

SOLIDWORKS has sponsored a study that provides insights and best practices to help your electrical and mechanical teams improve their communication and enter the right electromechanical production mindset.

In this white paper you’ll:

  • Understand how electrical and mechanical engineers can improve communication
  • How to share data to improve cross-functional communication
  • Comprehend the main differences between MCAD and ECAD 
  • Learn the nine rules to help you achieve the proper communication between your teams, and more!

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