SOLIDWORKS Electrical:

Achieve Perfection with User-Friendly Tools

Better Designs with a Lower Total Cost of Ownership

SOLIDWORKS Electrical is the link between mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and information technology in the design and production of industrial products and processes. It offers electrical teams focused tools for defining electrical systems and interconnections using an interface that is efficient and intuitive.

  • Single and Multi-line Schematics
  • Electrical Component and Symbol Library
  • Link to SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD

Re-define Electrical and Mechanical Collaboration

Many machine builders and supply partners are turning to mechatronics as a tool for shortening the design cycle, while ensuring the best possible machines.

Evaluating your process of communication and collaboration between your electrical teams and mechanical teams often leads to a realization that there are many opportunities to improve how these teams work together.

SOLIDWORKS ELECTRICAL

SOLIDWORKS ELECTRICAL is a suite of solutions that enable collaboration between Electrical and Mechanical teams who may be designing power systems, User controls, safety systems Interconnected systems, PLC and harness design.

Electrical Features

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematics has an intuitive and easy-to-use interface that automates complex tasks, such as contact cross-referencing and terminal drawings. It accelerates product development by simultaneously minimizing the repetitive tasks associated with developing electrical schematics.

SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D enables you to place electrical components and use SOLIDWORKS routing technology to automatically interconnect electrical design elements within a 3D model. 2D schematics and 3D models are synchronized bi-directionally in real time so any changes are automatically updated.

Embedded electrical systems planning requires a unified electrical toolset that provides single- and multi-line schematic tools. Embedded system design also requires all work in 2D and 3D to be synchronized with integrated Bills of Materials (BOMs) for both mechanical and electrical parts.

Contact CADimensions to learn how Electrical solutions will speed up your design process.