SOLIDWORKS PCB Training

Price: $1195.00
Credits: 3
Classroom: 3 sessions, 7 hours each
Virtual: Not Currently Available

Class #: SE221

The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS PCB to optimize your PCB design and documentation so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market.

Class Details

  • SOLIDWORKS PCB Basics and the User Interface

  • Working with PCB Design Projects
  • Creating Schematic Templates
  • Configuring the Schematic Preferences
  • Populating Schematics
  • Creating Schematic Connections
  • Using Schematic Annotations
  • Compiling and Verification
  • Collaborating with SOLIDWORKS
  • Configuring Layers and PCB Stacks
  • Configuring the Outline, Keep-out and Cutout
  • Configuring Origins and Grids
  • Transferring Design Data
  • Placing Footprints
  • Using Design Rule Checks
  • Routing
  • Defining Polygon Pour
  • Inspection – Global Edition
  • Outputting Data

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

Students will learn how to document PCB designs using libraries, symbols, PCB Editor, and schematic tools.

  • General understanding of PCB design and schematics.

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Jim Enz

The course flowed well and the examples did contain a few "if at first you don't succeed..." type examples which made it a little more "real" than some other parametric software courses I've attended.

Deron Drach

What a great teacher. Fun, understanding, clear. Very impressed!

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