SOLIDWORKS Electrical Advanced Training

CATalyst Premium

Price: $995.00
Credits: 2
Classroom: 2 sessions, 7 hours each
Virtual: Not Currently Available

Class #: SE201

The goal of this course is to teach you more advanced topics not covered in the standard SOLIDWORKS Electrical training course.

This course covers advanced systems customization topics to include Symbol Creation, Wire and Equipotential, Reports, Design Rule checks and the PLC manager, Along with Wire Harness Design including the Schematic and 3D Assembly.

Class Details

  • Line Diagram Harnesses

  • Multi-Level Terminals and Black Boxes
  • Library, Classification Management
  • Import DXF DWG Files
  • Import Manufacturers Parts
  • ERP Database Connection
  • Export to Import from Excel
  • Excel Automation
  • Report Creation

The SOLIDWORKS Electrical Intermediate training guide will be supplied at the beginning of class and is yours to keep.

Student will be able to use more advanced functions of the Schematic and 3D software as well as customize setup of the application.

  • SOLIDWORKS Electrical. General understanding of electrical schematics.

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Training Testimonials

Exceptional class. I had little to no CAD experience when I started, and I now understand a great deal about SOLIDWORKS.

Scott Joji, Life Fitness

[The Instructor] was very observant as to participant level of understanding, and slowed his pace, or repeated a sequence to ensure the concepts were understood.

Mark Fritsche

Great class and instructor. When I get back to work the transition to SOLIDWORKS will be easy. Would recommend this class to anyone starting up.

Thomas Huntsinger