SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2D Schematics & 3D

SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2D Schematics & 3D

Lesson 1: Project Templates
  • SOLIDWORKS Electrical
  • Stages in the Process
  • Starting SOLIDWORKS Electrical
  • The User Interface
  • What are Projects?
  • Exercise 1: Creating a Template
Lesson 2: Modifying Project Templates
  • What are Environments?
  • Stages in the Process
  • Draw Multiple Wires
  • Style Selection
  • Wire Style Selection
  • Project Macros
  • Environment Data Selection
  • Exercise 2: Modifying a Template
Lesson 3: Drawing Types
  • What are Drawing Types?
  • Drawings
  • Scheme
  • Creating Drawings
  • Stages in the Process
  • Existing and Archived Projects
  • Opening an Existing Project
  • Unarchiving a Project
  • Closing Projects
  • Line Diagram Symbols
  • Adding Symbols
  • Symbols Library
  • Symbol Orientation.
  • Exercise 3: Drawing Types
Lesson 4: Symbols and Components
  • What is a component?
  • Component Identification
  • Component Symbol Identification
  • Stages in the Process
  • Symbol Component Association
  • Exercise 4: Symbols and Components
Lesson 5: Manufacturers Parts
  • What are Manufacturers Parts?
  • Circuits and Terminals
  • Circuit Association
  • Stages in the Process
  • Finding Manufacturer Parts
  • Search Options
  • Editing Parts
  • Circuit Symbols
  • Circuit Association
  • Exercise 5: Manufacturers Parts
Lesson 6: Wires and Equi-potentials
  • Equipotential and Wires
  • Wire Styles
  • Stages in the Process
  • Wire Style Manager
  • Numbering Group
  • Replacing Wires
  • Replacement Range
  • Equipotential Numbering Results
  • Wire Numbering Results
  • Using Nodal Indicators
  • Exercise 6: Wires and Equipotentials
Lesson 7: Cabling
  • What is Cabling?
  • Changes in the Wiring Diagram
  • Stages in the Process
  • Cables
  • Detailed Cabling
  • Terminal Strip
  • Pin to Pin Connections
  • Wires
  • Terminals
  • Creating a New Cable
  • Adding Terminals to the Strip
  • Terminals Editor
  • Copy and Paste
  • Exercise 7: Cabling
Lesson 8: Symbol Creation
  • Symbols and Standards
  • Symbol Creation
  • Stages in the Process
  • Symbols Manager
  • Symbol Properties
  • Circuits, Terminals, Types
  • Circuit Transmission
  • Connection Point Insertion
  • Multiple Attribute
  • Splitting Attribute Data
  • Add to Library
  • Copy, Paste Symbol
  • Exercise 8: Symbol Creation
Lesson 9: Macros
  • What are Macros?
  • Stages in the Process
  • Creating and Adding Macros
  • Creating a New Group
  • Project Macros
  • Paste Special
  • Exercise 9: Macros
Lesson 10: Cross Referencing
  • What is Cross Referencing?
  • Cross Reference List
  • Cross Reference State Colors
  • Cross Reference Text Coding
  • Cross Reference Types
  • Same Level Cross Referencing
  • Cross Reference Location Listing
  • Stages in the Process
  • Exercise 10: Cross Referencing
Lesson 11: Managing Origin-Destination Arrows
  • What are Origin-Destination Arrows?
  • Stages in the Process
  • Origin-Destination Arrows
  • Interpreting the Arrow Text
  • Exercise 11: Origin-Destination Arrows
Lesson 12: Dynamic Programmable Logic Control
  • What is a PLC?
  • Dynamic Insertion
  • Stages in the Process
  • Adding a New Scheme
  • Adding a PLC Mark
  • Inserting a PLC
  • PLC Configuration
  • PLC Configuration Options
  • Editing Wires
  • Editing a PLC
  • Exercise 12: Adding a PLC..
Lesson 13: Automated Programmable Logic Control
  • How are PLCs Automated?
  • Stages in the Process.
  • PLC Mark, Part
  • Manufacturer Data
  • IO Manager
  • Exercise 13: Automated Programmable Logic Control . . .
Lesson 14: Connectors
  • Connectors
  • Stages in the Process
  • Insert Connector
  • Connector Insertion
  • Exercise 14: Connectors
Lesson 15: 2D Cabinet Layouts
  • What are 2D Cabinet Layouts?
  • Stages in the Process
  • Creating a 2D Layout
  • Inserting Ducts and Rails
  • Inserting Components
  • Wire Cabling Order
  • Optimize Wire Cabling Order
  • Exercise 15: 2D Cabinet Layouts
Lesson 16: Design Rule Checks
  • What are Design Rule Checks?
  • Stages in the Process
  • Unconnected Pins
  • Equipotential Conflicts
  • Max. Terminal Wires
  • Duplicated Parent Symbols
  • Child Symbols without Parent
  • Empty Terminal Strip
  • Duplicated Terminals
  • Exercise 16: Design Rule Checks
Lesson 17: Reports
  • What are Reports?
  • Bill of Materials Grouped by Manufacturer
  • List of Wires by Line Style
  • List of Cables Grouped by Reference
  • Drawings List
  • Stages in the Process
  • Report Templates
  • Report Columns
  • Column Formula
  • SQL Query Column Variable
  • Sort and Break
  • Exercise 17: Reports.
3D
Lesson 1: Assembly Creation
  • What are Assemblies
  • Stages in the Process
  • Unarchiving a Project
  • Opening an Existing Project in SOLIDWORKS
  • The Electrical Project Documents
  • SOLIDWORKS Cabinet Layout
  • Opening a SOLIDWORKS File from the Browser
  • Exercise 1: Assembly Creation
Lesson 2: Cabinets, Ducts, Rails
  • Cabinets, Ducts, Rails
  • Adding a Cabinet
  • Stages in the Process
  • Inserting Components
  • Naming
  • Inserting Rails
  • Mate References
  • Change Rail or Duct Length
  • Inserting Ducts
  • Mates
  • Exercise 2: Cabinets
Lesson 3: Component Intelligence
  • What is a component?
  • Component Intelligence
  • The Electrical Component Wizard
  • Stages in the Process
  • Define Faces
  • Create Mate Reference
  • Create Connection Points
  • Creating Cable Connection Points
  • Exercise 3: Component Intelligence
Lesson 4: Insert Components
  • Insert Components
  • Stages in the Process
  • Align Components
  • Inserting Terminals
  • Exercise 4: Insert Components
Lesson 5: Routing Wires
  • Routing Wires
  • Stages in the Process
  • Routing Path
  • Route Wires
  • 3DSketch Route
  • Routing Parameters
  • Wire Sketches
  • SOLIDWORKS Route
  • Exercise 5: Routing Wires
Lesson 6: Routing Cables
  • Routing Cables
  • Stages in the Process
  • Creating Cable Connection Points
  • Route Cables
  • Exercise 6: Routing Cables