Accelerate electrical schematic creation

Webinar

Accelerate electrical schematic creation

LIVE WEBINAR | 30 NOVEMBER 2021 | TWO SESSIONS AVAILABLE

Interactive technical and manufacturing documentation directly from CAD models
Technical publications capabilities within Solid Edge allow you to create high-quality 3D PDF documents and cloud-ready illustrations from your Solid Edge files and other 3D CAD formats.

During this 20-minute session, we will demonstrate how you can create electrical schematic designs quickly and easily using powerful and intelligent software tools, while also verifying circuit behavior and validating electrical integrity. We’ll explore how wiring schematics can be reused for the benefit of downstream content, such as 2D panel layouts, terminal plans, and reports.

Key Learnings:

  • How to quickly create intelligent wiring schematics.
  • How to check for electrical completeness with Design Rule Checks and circuit analyses.
  • How the reuse of schematic design data can drive downstream activities, such as cabinet layout design, Terminal Plans, and Reports.

Meet the Speaker:

Kevin Moran
Sr. Application Engineer, Global Technical Enablement, Mainstream Engineering
Siemens Digital Industries Software

Kevin joined the Siemens Mainstream Engineering Global Technical Enablement team in 2018, with the primary objective of focusing on the new Solid Edge Electrical Design products. In addition to providing product expertise to customers, Kevin assists with the creation and distribution of marketing, sales and presales collateral. He has been involved in design, engineering and manufacturing for the past 25 years. A large amount of Kevin’s time has been spent working in the CAD/PLM industry. This has been a combination of working for channel partners and at the vendor level. Kevin has also worked within the additive manufacturing industry for a number of years.

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