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SolidWorks Electrical - Schematic Fundamentals Training Video
Digital Edition w/ Michael LaFleche

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SolidWorks Electrical - Schematic Fundamentals Training Video -- Digital Edition w/ Michael LaFleche

A Practical SolidWorks Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills

In SolidWorks Electrical - Schematic Fundamentals Training Video Digital Edition w/ Michael LaFleche, expert author Michael LaFleche teaches you how to harness the power of SolidWorks to fully document line diagrams, schematics, terminal strips, and PLC's. This course is designed for users that already have a basic working knowledge of SolidWorks and basic schematic blueprint reading skills.
You will start by learning how to create a project, and then jump into creating a new schematic. From there, Michael teaches you about detailed cables, and how to add manufacturer parts to symbols. This video tutorial also covers multi-wire schematics, references, symbol libraries, and PLC's and cabinet layout. Finally, you will learn how to configure the SolidWorks Electrical environment to suit your working needs, with custom symbols, reports, and manufacturer information, to enable a complete Bill of Materials.
Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of using the SolidWorks Electrical Schematic software for your own projects, and be able to collaborate with multiple engineers to work on projects at the same time. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

Table of Contents

01. Introduction
  • 0101 Introduction And Course Overview
  • 0102 About the Author
  • 0103 Installation And Setup
  • 0104 SQL Database And File System Tour
02. Projects
  • 0201 Creating A Project
  • 0202 Opening An Existing Project
  • 0201 Archiving Projects
  • 0201 Project Templates
03. Single Line Diagrams
  • 0301 Creating A New Schematic
  • 0302 Adding Single Line Diagram Symbols
  • 0303 Setting Locations
  • 0304 Managing Locations
  • 0305 Connecting Symbols With Cables
  • 0306 Replacing Title Block
04. Detailed Cables
  • 0401 Defining Detailed Cabling
  • 0402 Creating Terminals And Connecting Cable Conductors To Pins
  • 0403 Creating Cable Database References
05. 05. Manufacturer Parts Manager
  • 0501 0501 Using 2-Rail Sweep - Part 1
  • 0502 Adding Manufacturer Parts To Symbols - Part 1
  • 0502 Adding Manufacturer Parts To Symbols - Part 2
  • 0503 Adding Manufacturer Parts To Symbols - Part 3
  • 0504 Connecting Parts To Cables Via Terminals - Part 1
  • 0505 Connecting Parts To Cables Via Terminals - Part 2
  • 0506 Creating New Manufacturing Items
06. Multi-Wire Schematics
  • 0601 Drawing Over The Underlay - Part 1
  • 0602 Drawing Wires
  • 0602 Inserting Symbols
  • 0603 Referencing Single Line Diagram Symbols
  • 0604 Black Box Symbols
  • 0605 Terminal Blocks
07. References
  • 0701 Cross-Referencing Symbols
  • 0702 Multi-Page Wire References
  • 0703 Adding Symbols From Components Browser
  • 0704 Location Boxes
  • 0705 Function Boxes
08. Symbol Libraries And Macros
  • 0801 Editing An Existing Symbol
  • 0802 Creating New Symbols - Part 1
  • 0803 Creating New Symbols - Part 2
  • 0804 Paste Special
  • 0805 Macros For Design Re-Use
09. PLCs And Cabinet Layout
  • 0901 Inserting PLCs
  • 0902 Importing I/O From Other PLC Programming Software
  • 0903 Creating PLC Drawings
  • 0904 Using PLC Macro Symbols
  • 0905 2D Cabinet Layout
10. Reports
  • 1001 Net Lists And Wire Lists - Part 1
  • 1002 Net Lists And Wire Lists - Part 2
  • 1003 Bill Of Materials
  • 1004 Terminal Strip Drawing - Part 1
  • 1005 Terminal Strip Drawing - Part 2
  • 1006 Basic Report Customization
11. Conclusion
  • 1101 Wrap-Up

About the Author

Michael LaFleche has 20 years of experience in the engineering industry. He spent a good portion of that time as a design engineer for mobile military equipment, tooling and sensing equipment, forgings, and castings. He is experienced in a variety of 2D and 3D engineering tools and is recognized as an Elite Engineer recognized by SolidWorks. He has used SolidWorks for over 15 years and earned multiple certifications.
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