Articles by Loretta Stiurca

Articles by Loretta Stiurca

Planning for Success With SOLIDWORKS Electrical

Planning for Success With SOLIDWORKS Electrical

Today’s world is so fast-paced that you often don’t have the time you wish you had to fully plan a project. But what is this really costing you? In some cases, long ordering lead times require that you plan and have a parts list early to ensure products are delivered on schedule. Furthermore, planning allows you to identify potential points of failure early on and take the necessary steps to avoid them.

So what’s keeping you from doing this? Is it lack of resources? Or is the value simply not there? Manually creating planning documents can be a time-consuming task, and it has the potential to push back a project completion date rather than pulling it forward — especially if this work cannot be utilized to accelerate development in the next step. So what’s the solution?

December 15, 2021
3 Ways Collaboration Enhances SOLIDWORKS Electrical Design

3 Ways Collaboration Enhances SOLIDWORKS Electrical Design

We live in a world where collaboration is the key to success. Without it, projects often aren’t completed on time and mistakes are much more likely to go unnoticed. Because of this, you need tools that enable a highly collaborative environment. You’ve probably used tools like Skype, Dropbox, Asana, Slack, and One Drive, but when it comes to design, you often need more than these tools can offer.

A purpose-built tool that enables sharing of data and projects, increases communication and manages project changes is surprisingly hard to come by. But I’ve got some good news: as an electrical engineer building schematics, SOLIDWORKS Electrical is just the tool for the job.

Let’s take a quick look at the top three ways that SOLIDWORKS Electrical enables collaboration within a 2D environment:

October 21, 2021