Routing - Electrical explains how to create, edit and manage Electrical routes, from the critical routing components and their design requirements to the sub-assemblies that contain the routes.

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Prerequisites: SOLIDWORKS Essentials 
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  • 01Fundamentals of Routing 
    What is Routing? 
    Routing Setup
    General Routing Settings 
  • 02Basic Electrical Routing 
    Adding Routing Components 
    Start by Drag and Drop Connector 
    Auto Route 
    Save to External File 
  • 03Routing with Clips
    Routing Through Existing Clips
    Adding Clips while Auto Routing 
    Editing a Route 
    Working with Clips 
    Splitting a Route 
    Adding a Splice 
  • 04Electrical Routing Components 
    Routing Library Parts Introduction
    Electrial Routing Library Parts 
    Routing Component Wizard 
    Routing Component Attributes 
    Electrical Libraries 
  • 05Standard Cables and Reusing Routes 
    Using Standard Cables 
    Standard Cables Excel File 
    Modifying Standard Cables 
    Creating a Standard Cable 
    Reuse a Standard Cable 
    Reuse Route
    Delink Harness 
    Routing Templates 
  • 06Electrical Data Import
    Importing Data
    Routing Library Manager
    From/To Lists
    Route Properties 
    Route Guidelines 
    Using Guidelines and Clips 
  • 07Electrical Drawings 
    Route Flattening and Detailing 
    Annotation Flattening 
    Flatten Route 
    Manufacture Flattening 
  • 08Electrical Conduits 
    Rigid Conduit
    Orthogonal Routing with Auto Route 
    Electrical Data in Conduits 
    Manual Sketch Routing 
    Flexible Electrical Conduit 
  • ApAppendix A: Review Section
    Review of Configurations 
    A Note About File References 
    Design Tables 
    Review of Top Down Design 
    Editing Options 
    Review of Design Library Task Pane 
    Review of 3D Sketching