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Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D – Creating Routing Paths by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to create a routing path in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D. This video covers how to use the "Create Routing Path" and "Route Line" commands.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - How to Create or Import Manufacturing Parts by Johnathen Lieber
Learn how to add manufacturing parts to the SOLIDWORKS Electrical library. This video includes how to add parts manually and through importing an excel spreadsheet.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical – Creating a Mutli-Connection Through Terminal by John Lieber
Learn how to define an diagram a multi-connection through terminal in SOLIDWORKS Electrical.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Creating Custom Cables by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to create custom cables that do not already exist in the SOLIDWORKS Electrical library.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D – Electrical Component Wizard by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to use the Electrical Component Wizard for SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D. This Wizard is used to create mate references and connection points. Also, Learn to associate the 3D model to a part in the Manufacturer Parts Manager.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical – Creating a Black Box Symbol by John Lieber
Learn how to create a Black Box symbol and save it to their symbol library in SOLIDWORKS Electrical.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical – Creating a Template by Johnathen Lieber
Learn how to create custom templates for use with SOLIDWORKS Electrical.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Automotive Harnessing Part 1 by Jeff Jordan
Part 1 of the 2-part series covering Automotive Harnessing in SOLIDWORKS Electrical. This first section covers schematic document types, manufacturer's parts, wires and wire styles, and reporting. Check part 2 for the routed harness and manufacturing data!
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2015 - Title Blocks by Jeff Jordan
Learn about Title Blocks and their functionality in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2015.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical – Create New Symbols by Modifying Existing by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to create new symbols by modifying ones that already exist in the SOLIDWORKS Electrical, Symbols Manager.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Linking Manufacturer's Components to Symbols by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to save time when inserting symbols onto a schematic. We will like the manufacturer's component data to the symbol in the Symbol's Manager and in Macros in SOLIDWORKS Electrical.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Downloading 2D Footprints & 3D Models by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to download 2D footprints and 3D models for the components in the Manufacturer Parts Manager for SOLIDWORKS Electrical. With a click of a button you can download these files directly into the database.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Creating a New Multi-Line Symbol by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to create a new symbol from scratch with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic - Importing DWG Symbols by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to import DWG/DXF symbols from other applications into SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic. Also, learn how to assign the intelligence to the symbol inside SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Automotive Harnessing Part 2 by Jeff Jordan
Learn about the Electrical Content Wizard and setting up your 3D parts for routing, to automatically routing wires and cables, to flattened harnesses and manufacturing documents. Check part 1 for manufacturer's part info, wires and wire styles, and reporting!
Share Where Altium Ends and SOLIDWORKS Electrical Begins by Injy Gadalla
Learn about Harnesses in SOLIDWORKS Electrical and the different elements that make up the harness and how harnesses are routed in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D showing the actual cable length. • #1 Creating Harness • #2 Routing the harness • #3 Generating a harness report
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Automotive Harnessing by Jeff Jordan
Learn about Automotive harnessing applications with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic and SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D, showing concurrent mechanical and electrical design, routing of harnesses, and the automatic generation of integrated BOMs and wire/cable diagrams in this first webinar in a short series.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Multi-Level Terminals by John Lieber
Learn how to create and use Multi-Level Terminals in SOLIDWORKS Electrical.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic - Revisions by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to create and use revisions inside SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Moving and Aligning Wire Marks by Derrick Franklin
Learn how to move and align wire marks/text in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Using Layers by Derrick Franklin
Learn how to create and apply layers to separate geometry into groups, as well as, assign color, line thickness, and line type to the geometry in SOLIDWORKS Electrical.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Library Creation by Injy Gadalla
Learn how to create your own SOLIDWORKS Electrical Library.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical – Using the Archive and Unarchive Function by John Lieber
Learn about the different options and areas of SOLIDWORKS Electrical's Archive functions.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Creating and Using Macros by Derrick Franklin
Learn how to create and utilize macros in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schmematic.
Share SOLIDWORKS 2015 What's New - Electrical by John Lieber
Learn about the new features in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematics and SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D 2018 - Electrical Component Wizard by John Lieber
Learn about the new (2018) Electrical Component Wizard that is part of SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D. We will run a connector through the entire wizard and discuss some best practices and tips.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Footprint Symbol Dimensioning by John Lieber
Learn how the dynamic footprint symbols behave based on manufacturer part number dimension and some best practices in SOLIDWORKS Electrical.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Using Libraries by Injy Gadalla
Learn how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical libraries and how individual projects can have specific libraries available.
Share Shape your World 2017 - SOLIDWORKS Electrical by Steven Darcey
Learn about SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic Professional. Starting with a bare sheet in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic Professional, I’ll show you how to wire up some motors from the Disco Inferno Battlebot. I’ll use drives, motors and batteries to get the job done, but first we start with a line diagram, show the linking to the schematic, and then create a battery schematic. Once that’s done, we need to get the 3D wiring done, we’ll create some smart connection points and then associate them to the 2D components. Then wiring is easy, click a button, and if you want to know how to make sure your wires stay together, then we’ll show you that too using a 3D sketch called EW_PATH. This is very easy video to follow along with and hopefully you’ll grab good tips and techniques.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D - Segregation by Bryce Heventhal
Learn how to use the Segregation tool to help guide your routes in SOLIDWORKS when they are routed using SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Renaming SOLIDWORKS File Name in Projects by Derrick Franklin
Learn how to rename SOLIDWORKS files in an electrical project in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D and Schematic.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Macros Webinar by John Lieber
Learn about several examples of creating both project and standard macros. Macros provide users of SOLIDWORKS Electrical with productivity enhancements and the ability to re-use custom circuits.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Using Functions and Function Outlines by Derrick Franklin
Learn how to assign functions to group devices or components that together make us a feature. Also, learn how to apply function outlines to distinguish a function for one symbol when the surrounding symbols are set to a different function.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D - Routing Through a Clip by John Lieber
Learn how to use the "Route Through Clip" command in SOLIDWORKS Electrical and SOLIDWORKS Routing to clean up routes.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Creating Folders for Poject Documentation by Derrick Franklin
Learn how to create folders in a SOLIDWORKS Electrical project to better organize project documentation.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical by Kate Hedberg
Learn why SOLIDWORKS Electrical is our preferred tool to design integrated electrical systems and collaborate with SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD for an intelligently connected system.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Using Location Outlines by Derrick Franklin
Learn to how to apply location outlines in SOLIDWORKS Electrical to display the location of symbols.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Set Wire Width in Schematic by Derrick Franklin
Learn how to set a specific width to a wire or wires in an electrical schematic.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2018 by GoEngineer
Learn about the new enhancements in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2018.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - STEP to DWG for Custom Symbol Creation by Chance Rabun
Learn how to take a STEP file and create a DWG file to use as a custom schematic symbol in SOLIDWORKS Electrical.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Moving Symbols and Geometry in Drawings by Derrick Franklin
Learn how to use the Move command in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic to relocate symbols and other geometry in drawings from one location to another.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Create Custom Cables by Kate Hedberg
Learn how to create custom cable references in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2018.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Create Manufacturer Part by Kate Hedberg
Learn how to make Electrical manufacturer parts inside of SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Dynamic Connector Configuration Creation by Chance Rabun
Learn how to create a customized Dynamic Connector configuration to meet your project requirements using the custom connector management tool in SOLIDWORKS Electrical.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical – Ladder Diagrams by Kate Hedberg
Learn how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to create electrical ladder diagrams.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D - Attach 3D Model to Manufacturer Part by Kate Hedberg
Learn one way of linking a specific 3D model to your manufacturer part in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2D. This allows you to very easily use the desired parts in you assembly, automatically.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Set Automatic Reminders for Archiving Environments by Derrick Franklin
Learn how you can set automatic reminders to back up SOLIDWORKS Electrical data and define specific date ranges for inclusion in any archive to manage process times.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2019 - Updates to the Custom Dynamic Connector Configurations by Chance Rabun
Learn about the additions to the Custom Dynamic Connector Configurations added in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2019.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical - Archiving Environments by Kate Hedberg
Learn how to create SOLIDWORKS Electrical Environments and why to use them.
Share SOLIDWORKS Electrical by Kate Hedberg
SOLIDWORKS Electrical provides design capabilities to simplify development of embedded electrical systems. It integrates electrical schematic design data with the SOLIDWORKS 3D model to ensure designs are accurate, and up to date with real-time, bidirectionally communication between the mechanical and electrical groups.