Tag Archives: SolidWorks Electrical

Terminal Strip Manipulation on Macro Insertion – SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic

Written by: Marty Adams, Technical Support Engineer Everyone wants to be more productive. If you already have an effective proven design, why not reuse it? In SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic, macros make that easier. Of course, there are a few things … Continue reading

JOB POSTING – Electrical Engineer

DASI customer Dimplex Thermal Solutions has a job opening for an Electrical Engineer with SOLIDWORKS experience, based in Kalamazoo, MI. Overview: Job Title: Electrical Engineer Exemption Status: Exempt Reports to: Electrical Engineering Manager Primary responsibilities will be for electrical project specific design work (hands-on) as … Continue reading

Add a Splash of Color to Your Otherwise Boring Electrical Schematic!

Written by: Cheri Guntzviller, Electrical Application Specialist Life is not black and white. Life is full of color. No one wants to have to work in a drab world with black and white and shades of gray – you would … Continue reading

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic – PLC Card Template Uncloaked

Written by: Cheri Guntzviller, Electrical Application Specialist Have you tried the using the SOLIDWORKS Schematic automatically-generated PLC drawings in your project? These symbols for the PLC are automatically generated with a template. Are you ok with these symbols, but would … Continue reading

Taking SOLIDWORKS Schematic on the Road

Written by: Cheri Guntzviller, Electrical Application Specialist Are you a Controls Engineer that also is a Field Engineer? If you are using SOLIDWORKS Schematic, is it tied to your server at the office but you need it on the road … Continue reading