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SOLIDWORKS Electrical

SOLIDWORKS Electrical training courses target developing 2D schematics, wiring line diagrams, placing schematics in the 3D environment, and PCB design and documentation. With a consistent, powerful, intuitive set of electrical design capabilities, all fully integrated with the SOLIDWORKS solution portfolio, designers can establish an integrated design early in the design process and avoid costly design rework. Our SOLIDWORKS Electrical Training courses will get you started.

ELE100
SOLIDWORKS Essentials for SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professionals

**This class is for students that have NOT taken SOLIDWORKS Essentials already

ELE110
SOLIDWORKS Electrical – Schematic

The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market

ELE115
SOLIDWORKS Electrical – 3D

The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market

ELE150
SOLIDWORKS PCB

The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SOLIDWORKS PCB to design and optimize outputs for manufacturability so that you stay competitive in today’s innovative design environment

ELE300
SOLIDWORKS Electrical Advanced

The goal of this course is to teach you more advanced topics not covered in the standard SOLIDWORKS Electrical training courses, specifically: Harness in SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic and 3D, Symbol creation methods, Schematic GA layouts and optimized wiring, Wires and equipotentials, Reports, creation, modification, configuration, PLC, detailed design, I/O’s, configuration, Design rule checks and error resolution, Multi-deck terminals, and Black boxes

The instructor was very knowledgeable in every topic covered. Questions were welcomed and answered very well and with much detail. The class size was perfect for the material covered.

Andrew Vinton Training Attendee
SOLIDWORKS Electrical Advanced

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