SOLIDWORKS: Electrical – Organizing Your Parts with Locations

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Organizing Your Parts with Locations   Locations – Why do we use them?   In SOLIDWORKS Electrical, there’s an organization tool called locations. What are locations used for? Well, its primary function is to help you shuffle components in your project into manageable areas. When you have a project that being collaborated with a mechanical team, there are a few best practices that you can use to make sure that your organization is optimized.   Locations can first be developed […]

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SOLIDWORKS Electrical: Process and Instrumentation Diagrams, P&IDs

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Process and Instrumentation Diagrams, P&IDs   One of the most unknown features in SOLIDWORKS Electrical is the ability to create P&ID schematic diagrams. Process and instrumentation diagrams consist of many different mechanical elements for process flow. A complete P&ID schematic will show the connection of the process equipment and all of the instrumentation used to control it. The data within these designs can vary from simple to complex but can contain elements such as names of the equipment, control inputs […]

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