The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market. This course is focused on 2D Electrical Design.
*This course is eligible to be part of the DASI Solutions Apprenticeship Program, certified by the U.S Department of Labor.

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Course Price: $900


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  • 01Project Templates 
    SOLIDWORKS Electrical 
    Stages in the Process 
    Starting SOLIDWORKS Electrical 
    What are Projects? 
    Project Template 
    Project Configurations
    How is a Project Structured? 
    Stages in the Process 
  • 02Multi Level Terminals and Block Boxes
    Multi Level Terminal
    Stages in the Process 
    Terminal Numbering
    Black Box Circuits
  • 03Drawing Types 
    What are Drawing Types
    Stages in the Process 
    Existing and Archived Projects 
    Line Diagram Symbols
    Adding Cables 
    Stages in the Process 
    Symbols Panel 
    Schematic Symbols 
    Symbol Properties 
  • 04Symbols and Components 
    File Definition
    Symbol and Title Block Mapping
    Convert Attributes
    Configuration Files 
    Review Results
  • 05Manufacturers Parts 
    What are Manufacturers Parts? 
    Stages in the Process 
    Finding Manufacturer Parts 
  • 06Wires and Equipotentials 
    Equipotentials and Wires 
    Stages in the Process 
    Wire Style Manager 
    Replacing Wires 
    Equipotential Numbering Results 
    Wire Numbering Results 
    Using Nodal Indicators 
  • 07Cabling 
    What is Cabling? 
    Stages in the Process
    Detailed Cabling 
    Terminal Strip
    Pin to Pin Connections
    Copy and Paste 
  • 08Report Creation
    What are Macros? 
    Stages in the Process 
    Creating and Adding Macros 
  • 09Cross Referencing 
    What is Cross Referencing? 
    Stages in the Process 
  • 10Managing Origin-Destination Arrows 
    What are Origin-Destination Arrows? 
    Stages in the Process 
    Origin-Destination Arrows
  • 11Automated Programmable Logic Control
    How are PLCs Automated?
    Stages in the Process 
    PLC Mark, Part
    IO Manager 
  • 12Connectors 
    Stages in the Process 
    Insert Connector 
    Connector Insertion
  • 132D Cabinet Layouts 
    What are 2D Cabinet Layouts? 
    Stages in the Process 
  • 14Design Rule Checks 
    What are Design Rule Checks? 
    Stages in the Process 
    Unconnected Pins 
    Equip Potential Conflicts 
    Max. Terminal Wires 
    Duplicated Parent Symbols 
    Child Symbols without Parent 
    Empty Terminal Strip 
    Duplicated Terminals 
  • 15Reports 
    What are Reports? 
    Stages in the Process 
    Report Templates 
    Report Columns 
    Column Formula 
    SQL Query Column Variable 
    Sort and Break