How to Quickly Create a Symbol in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic comes preloaded with a dense library of over 2,500 ANSI and IEC Standard symbols.

However, not all industries share the same design requirements, and you may frequently find you’ll need to create a new symbol for a more specialized device on-the-fly. 

TriMech’s System Architect, Timothy Pulaski, reviews one of the best ways to accomplish this quickly while maintaining component intelligence.

During this On-Demand Webinar you will learn:

  • Common symbol creation challenges
  • An introduction to “Black Box” symbols
  • Using “Black Box” symbols to create standard library symbols
  • Methodology benefits
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