Webinar: Unified Fluids and Electrical Design

It is not obvious to many SOLIDWORKS Electrical users that besides 2D Schematics, Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) can also be included to document piping and associated parts of a physical process flow.

Uses for P&ID include documenting schemes for sequences for startup, controlled shutdown of equipment, requirements for safety and regulation, maintenance and general operational understanding of your system.

Next week’s webinar entitled “Unified Fluid and Electrical Design with SOLIDWORKS Electrical – A Customer’s Perspective” discusses why an integrated environment is superior to using dissimilar tools. We will provide an overview of SOLIDWORKS Fluids and P&ID design and discuss how mechanical, fluids and electrical engineers can easily collaborate in real time. We will also cover automatic generation of complete project reports, BOMs, Wire lists and Pipe schedules as well as how to catch errors using interference detection with Design Rule Checks.

We also have on hand a guest speaker, Chris Kregoski of WoodWest Controls, a longtime SOLIDWORKS Electrical user. Chris started WoodWest Controls in 2014 after spending 9 years installing avionics in aircraft. He has won several international avionics wiring competitions and brought these skills to the automation industry serving Fortune 1000 companies.

Chris gives us an in-depth look at one of his recent projects that incorporates both electrical schematics multi-line diagrams with P&ID. He will show the process he went through and the benefits of having tools to easily modify and maintain documents to share with others involved in the project.

Register today and join us on Tuesday, April 20th 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1797582078502401807

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