More people are working from home now than ever before, and that number is just going to keep increasing. This means you may need to be able to work efficiently and locally with SOLIDWORKS Electrical. Do you know you are getting the most out of your remote set up?
About This Webinar
TriMech Electrical Implementation Engineer, Cameron Cintula, explores some time-saving features in SOLIDWORKS Electrical. Cameron covers how to automate many of the typically manual design tasks. He also reviews how the environment archive process can be set to an automated task through windows scheduler, so you no longer have to manually archive your database. This can save a lot of time AND stress if anything were to happen to the server! Cameron shows you how to make your reports document the right data to ensure precise material orders and to show only the data that the manufacturers need to see, but still store all the data you need to know.
In this webinar, Cameron covers:
- Automate Environment Archive
- Borrow a license
- Set local database
- Filter wire list
- Work from home with electrical
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