What’s New in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2024

With the new year comes a new release of SOLIDWORKS, packed with all new enhancements to speed up your work, simplify your tasks, and increase your capabilities. In this webinar, we’ll go through all of the major enhancements to SOLIDWORKS Electrical. Whether you’re using the 2D Schematic tool or connecting your designs to 3D, we’ll be covering the latest and greatest in both of these modules.

Ray Morrogh, a TriMech Solutions Consultant, covers the enhancements this year that focused on an improved user experience in many ways, including UX updates, auto ballooning 2D cabinets, and filters in electrical 3D. The way changes can be implemented has also been improved with enhancements like removing manufacturer part data when deleting or replacing a component, changing the lengths of multiple rails and ducts simultaneously, and allowing for previews of changes when aligning 3D components

During this SOLIDWORKS Electrical On-Demand Webinar, you will learn:

  • Auto ballooning in 2D cabinets
  • Shortening lists using ranges
  • UI/UX improvements
  • Changes to Electrical 3D
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On-demand webinar presented by Ray Morrogh

Ray Morrogh is a Solutions Consultant with TriMech. He has been using SOLIDWORKS since his graduation from Virginia Tech in 2018, where he studied Mechanical Engineering with minors in Physics and Industrial Design. A recent addition to the TriMech team, he previously worked in consumer packaged goods and product development, creating everything from power tools to footwear to kitchen products. He has a passion for great design and loves seeing how people use SOLIDWORKS to bring their visions to life.

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