Design Rule Check in SOLIDWORKS Electrical

While working in SOLIDWORKS Electrical, there are a number of common errors that can occur during the design process. Fixing these snafus before your project reaches the production stage will help reduce design time and cost, and luckily there is a tool to help locate these issues! 

About This On-Demand Webinar

In our webinar, TriMech Application Engineer, Cameron Cintula, introduces you to the design rule checks or DRC. Utilizing the DRC gives you the ability to check your electrical projects for a myriad of inaccuracies and incomplete design errors, alerting you to both what the problem is and where it is in the project. He also dives into how this improves the software database with automatic updates saving you time!

In this webinar, Cameron shows you how to:

  • Identify DRC issues
  • Locate issues in the project
  • Resolve issues
  • Ensure issues are fixes
  • Configure DRC

Interested in learning more? Check out our article, How to Backup and Save Data in SOLIDWORKS Electrical.

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