Universities for Research in Astronomy, under cooperative agreement with the National Science. Foundation. SolidWorks Routing Tools. SolidWorks Routing. SolidWorks Electrical 3D: Use your schematic data to model your electrical system in 3D . Automated electrical cable, harness, and wiring routing capability. Read about our SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D tutorial and see what you’ll learn in our SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D – Routing, Duct Fill Ratio.
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Building Routing Library Parts Exercise 4: Upon successful completion of this lesson, you will: QUnderstand the basics of routing.
QUnderstand the different types of routes. QUnderstand the various routing components and their roles. IntroductionSolidWorks Routing is an advanced course, requiring a basic knowledge of various SolidWorks operations, including top-down design, general part design, use of configuration and design tables, drawing creation, etc.
This manual assumes this level of SolidWorks skills. Parts and Assemblies and SolidWorks Essentials: Please contact your reseller regarding these SolidWorks training courses.
This is the default location for unpacking of the training files; adjust path if necessary. Types of RoutesSolidWorks Routing enables the designer to create tube, pipe and electrical cable and wire routes. Routes fall into several categories; some examples are below:. QSoldered copper, PVC, flexible tubing, electrical wiring enclosure, welded piping, fabricated cable, and associated fittings. As always, users may name files according to their own preference or company standard.
The default format for route sub-assemblies is: RoutesA Piping route is used in this description because it uses the most specialized components.
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The properties of the route includes information to set the pipe, tube or cable nominal size, schedule or gage, and default elbow. Routes are Sub-assemblies that can be connected to external components such as tanks, cylinders, manifolds or various electrical components. The subassembly component keeps the route components separate from the external components and other routes.
Auto routing with Tubes Exercise 2: Multiple Piping Routes Exercise 3: Creating Library Parts Lesson 9: Lesson 1SolidWorks Training Manual Explaining Routes SolidWorks Training ManualLesson 1 Explaining Routes Introduction 7 IntroductionSolidWorks Routing is roiting advanced course, requiring a basic knowledge of various SolidWorks operations, including top-down design, general part design, use of configuration and design tables, drawing creation, etc.
Recommended Settings It is recommended that you begin with the following options settings: