SOLIDWORKS Electrical Design Packages
SOLIDWORKS Electrical Packages provide a range of electrical system design functionality to meet the needs of design professionals. All project design data is synchronized in real time, bidirectionally between schematics and the 3D model within a collaborative environment. Learn more about how SOLIDWORKS electrical design packages can help optimize and improve your projects and workflow.
A powerful easy-to-use suite of collaborative schematic design tools drives rapid development of embedded electrical systems for equipment and other products. Built-in libraries of symbols, manufacturer part information, and 3D component models provide common reusable materials that optimize design reuse. Streamline and simplify an array of tedious design tasks, from PLC and terminal block to contact cross-reference assignments, with our automated design and management tools.
Enable Quick Design of Electrical Systems
SOLIDWORKS electrical schematic design capabilities simplify development of embedded electrical systems for machines and other applications, with single-line and multi-line schematic tools for planning your electrical systems. An integrated library database provides thousands of symbols and more than 500,000 manufactured parts for use in your design, and you can speed up development by copying and reusing common circuit segments within a project or to other projects.
SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D
Integrate electrical schematic design data with the SOLIDWORKS 3D model of a machine or other product bidirectionally and in real time. SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D enables you to place electrical components and use advanced SOLIDWORKS routing technology to automatically interconnect electrical design elements within the 3D model. Determine optimal lengths for wires, cables, and harnesses, all while maintaining design and bill of materials (BOM) synchronization between electrical and mechanical designs.
Designers can place 3D versions of all electrical parts into their model, and run wires/cables/harnesses in 3D to connect all electrical equipment. This enables you to plan specific locations and paths, and accurately determine wires/cables/harness lengths before equipment is built to ensure consistent manufacturing and to reduce scrap and costs. Your 2D schematics and 3D models are synchronized bidirectionally in real time, so any changes are automatically updated.
SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional
Combine the electrical schematic functionality of SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic with the 3D modeling capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D and do it all in one powerful, easy-to-use package. SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional is ideally suited for the user that supports both the electrical and mechanical design integration.
Single-line and multi-line schematic tools, including an integrated library of thousands of symbols and parts, enable quick planning of your embedded electrical system. Design teams can work concurrently on one or more projects and keep all work current with real-time bi-directional updates. You can integrate SOLIDWORKS Electrical schematics with the 3D model and then place 3D versions of all electrical parts into the model, creating paths and connections with wires/cables/harnesses. All work in 2D and 3D is synchronized in real time, and you can create fully integrated BOMs that include both mechanical and electrical parts.
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Cost Cutting & Time Saving
Ready to take your electrical work to the next level using SOLIDWORKS’ innovative technology? Never before have designers been able to immerse themselves in a 3D environment where they can truly test and fine tune plans with such detail and accuracy. Now you are enabled to test and improve, thus cutting costs and time. These software solutions each offer their own specific features and benefits which our professionals at TPM can help you sort through. Simply let us know a little about what you do and we can help you find the right fit. Call us today at (800) 922-1145 to transform your business and set it apart from your competition through SOLIDWORKS electrical design packages.