Category Archive: SOLIDWORKS Electrical

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical: Importing Title Blocks

Changing a tried and true — if perhaps inefficient — the process is always a risky endeavor with many potential pitfalls. One of the first things people worry about when switching anything from their cell phone carrier to their Electrical CAD software is, “What can I take or transfer with me?” With cell phones, it…

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical: Advanced Harness Drawings

Hi everyone, and welcome to another blog about a feature that I’m sure you all have been wondering about. If you’ve been using SOLIDWORKS Electrical, you know it’s a useful tool to use schematics to create harnesses in 3D automatically. However, you might be wondering how to create a standard harness drawing in 3D and…

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical: Customizing Ducts and Rails

Welcome back to another blog! Hopefully, you are familiar with inserting ducts and rails in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D, but what if you want to do something custom besides what’s in the database? In this article, I’m going to show you how to create your own ducts and rails. I’ll be using a duct, but the…

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical: Manually Add Wire Lengths

Welcome back to another one of my blogs! If you are familiar with the capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional and SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D, you know that if you need wire lengths in your wire length report, they will be automatically populated after the wires are routed in 3D. The big question is, what if you…

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SOLIDWORKS: Keeping Track of Design Data

In modern design it’s important to keep track of any important data or documentation, however it is often easy to misplace a particular file on your computer. With the use of Design Binders in your SOLIDWORKS projects you can help prevent misplaced or lost information. Design binders give you the ability to link any important…

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