Electrical Schematic Design in the 21st Century

Learn how SOLIDWORKS Electrical can help your team design 2D schematics or 3D electrical models in this on-demand webinar with Electrical Product Specialist, Keith Steiner.

About This On-Demand Webinar

If you’re an Electrical Engineer have you recently… 

  • Wondered why you’re still using an outdated 2D CAD solution for your electrical design? (Because we know how much time you spend on producing electrical documentation and fixing errors). 
  • Identified challenges working with Mechanical Engineers?
  • Experienced frustration with change orders and rework?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, it’s time to introduce yourself to Electrical Schematic Design in the 21st century.  

Invest your time in the engineering of your project, not in manual data entry and auditing your documentation!  SOLIDWORKS Electrical moves the bar for intelligent schematic design by letting the computer handle and maintain the data within your schematic designs. Then, you can bring the symbolic (schematics) together with the realistic (3D CAD) into a common computer model so your designs can be integrated BEFORE any wires, components or other materials are purchased.

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