SOLIDWORKS PCB Rookie Camp: Schematic Symbol Wizard

As a newer addition to the SOLIDWORKS roster, PCB is still working hard to build its legacy. With new features like the Schematic Symbol Wizard, it’s turning heads with its blinding speed as it helps you crank out new symbols with loads of data pasted directly from your datasheets!

Spend less time studying the playbook and more time making plays on your next design!

Timing is everything! By cutting down your library creation time, it means you’ll have more time for everything else! Check out just how quickly an LM555 timer chip schematic symbol can be built, including pasting in the datasheet information using the Schematic Symbol Wizard in SOLIDWORKS PCB!


This blog is authored by Evan Stanek, GSC’s Electrical Applications Engineer. Evan enjoys helping customers realize the time-savings SOLIDWORKS Electrical can provide. He has over 10 years of experience as an Electrical Engineer. Prior to GSC, he worked as an engineer in the broadcasting field designing panel layouts and schematics/installations for transmitter control systems. He also has experience designing network and control layouts for radio studios. Evan is a certified SOLIDWORKS Electrical Trainer and Electrical Applications Engineer (CSWE). He has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

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