Mechatronics for every engineer

Designing tomorrow’s smart products and systems requires better coordination between mechanical, electrical, and electronics systems. Multiple disciplines and industries can accelerate product development by using a simplified collaborative solution.


Mechatronic Design

An Integrated Approach to Designing Electro-mechanical Products

Transform the way you design tomorrow’s smart products

Products are now more intelligent and connected than ever before, but designing these products efficiently has not exactly been streamlined. With more competition in this space, and more complex tools required to create these products is an endeavor that requires precise coordination.

What’s new in SOLIDWORKS Electro-mechanical design 2018

Your customers now expect new products to be more intelligent and connected. Market leaders are already building smart industrial machinery and systems to disrupt their market, while others are taking first exploratory steps into design for the IoT.

  • IoT innovation with SOLIDWORKS and Seebo

Whether you are at the beginning stages of incorporating the Internet of Things into your products or processes, or are already moving forward, now is the time to learn key tactics for transforming the way you design tomorrow's smart products and systems.

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Electrical Design

Electrical Design

An Integrated Approach to Schematic, Harness and Cabinet Design.

New features in SOLIDWORKS Electrical 2018

Let’s face it, mechanical and electrical design tools have never been unified, which creates complications getting your products to market.  Integrated ECAD and MCAD tools allow you and your team to quickly transform new ideas into great products.

  • SOLIDWORKS Mechatronics Design: Industry Templates
  • SOLIDWORKS PDM - Electrical to PDM Connector
  • SOLIDWORKS and CircuitWorks integration 2018

Get electrical projects started faster than ever with new SOLIDWORKS Electrical industry specific templates. Now you can easily automate tedious design processes and ensure you get your products to market - on time.

SOLIDWORKS Electrical introduces the PDM Connector tool, a new data management option with SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional. It is a powerful and unique integration in the Electrical Software sphere that enables you to manage your electrical files, with the familiar and powerful SOLIDWORKS PDM interface.

SOLIDWORKS allows you to read and write industry standard IDF or PADS ASCII files produced by Electrical CAD (ECAD) systems used for Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design.

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Electronics Design

Electronics Design

An Integrated Approach to Designing Electronics for Smart Products

New features in SOLIDWORKS PCB 2018

In order to meet the challenges of designing intelligent new products, companies need an integrated platform that provides the best in electronics design technology, from schematics to board layout.

  • What’s New in SOLIDWORKS PCB 2018
  • Updating Out-of-Date Electronics with Ease
  • The Value of SOLIDWORKS PCB

Capable of meeting the demands of today's increasingly complex designs, SOLIDWORKS PCB is packed with the latest features from schematic to board layout to keep you at your most productive.

See how Labun Nuclear uses SOLIDWORKS and SOLIDWORKS PCB to greatly increase collaboration between CAD and Electronics design, and also ensures that designs are 100 percent accurate.

Keep your ECAD and MCAD designs connected with managed ECO change processes, distinct workflows, and seamless integration with MCAD, all while maintaining your preferred workflow.


See how SOLIDWORKS delivers powerful tools to ensure your great designs get built. Try SOLIDWORKS online today!

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