Schooled in SOLIDWORKS Series: Shockingly good tips from a SOLIDWORKS Electrical Technical Manager


Level-up your SOLIDWORKS skills as our inside experts reveal features you never knew existed. In this month’s webinar, find out how you can use SOLIDWORKS Electrical to slash manufacturing costs through automated routing.  

The best way to learn is to do. The second best? Pluck advice from people who are aces in their field. To help you do just that, SOLIDWORKS is holding a series of webinars hosted by the crème de la crème in our company. It’s your chance to hear from the people who know SOLIDWORKS products like the back of their hand…The next best thing to being in a room with them.

Register to join the webinar here.

Each month an expert member of our team will share tips on how to get the most from SOLIDWORKS. You will learn to use our product not just as a design tool, but as a means to ease business challenges and ignite rapid progress towards your strategic goals. Sit back and power-up your knowledge of the world’s most advanced 3D design software. Submit questions at the end.

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But hurry, you need to register your interest to benefit from the inside knowledge.

This month we talk to Javier González, Technical Manager for SOLIDWORKS Electrical in the UK and across Scandinavia.

Here’s a Q&A to introduce his webinar…

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  1. Please introduce yourself…

I am Javier González, Technical Manager for SOLIDWORKS Electrical for the UK and Nordic countries. Since I joined SOLIDWORKS in 2012, I’ve been working with our resellers worldwide in order to give visibility to our products and I constantly visit customers to understand what we can do to improve their design experience and manufacturing cycle. Although I spend most of my time in the field, I am based in Barcelona.

  1. What is your webinar about, who is it for and why should I attend?

This webinar will show attendees how to design electrical cabinets and create connections automatically between them, based on user preferences. This makes for quick and easy generation of manufacturing documents, as well as the early detection of errors, speeding time to market and reducing project cost.

  1. What’s your best quick tip for anyone using SOLIDWORKS Electrical?

I think potential users should consider that they no longer need to accept costs that have historically been part of the design and production cycle. Problems with documentation lead to problems with prototypes. With SOLIDWORKS Electrical, those problems are gone.

  1. What’s your favourite feature of SOLIDWORKS Electrical?

From the customer perspective and because of the impact in costing procedures, that would have to be the automated routing feature.

  1. What makes automated routing so good?

Automated routing allows SOLIDWORKS users to create connections based on the positioning of the components in a 3D environment. Finding the optimal route for each wire created is near effortless. This significantly reduces scrap material and manufacturing costs.

  1. When does your webinar take place?

9.30 am-10.00 am GMT on March 16th. Register here.

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Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corp. offers complete 3D software tools that let you create, simulate, publish, and manage your data. SolidWorks products are easy to learn and use, and work together to help you design products better, faster, and more cost-effectively. The SolidWorks focus on ease-of-use allows more engineers, designers and other technology professionals than ever before to take advantage of 3D in bringing their designs to life.

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