Electromechanical Design as It Is Meant to Be
Consumer demand for innovative, smart products has resulted in a higher volume of electrical circuitry in new product design. What may have once been a mostly mechanical product has morphed into an electromechanical invention that contains software and wiring. But how does one design and optimize electrical systems that work in mechanical packaging that can often have limited space?In this new white paper, Electromechanical Design as It Is Meant to Be, we examine an effective collaboration environment that automates electromechanical design using digital models. In a digital environment, it is much easier to understand how changes, such as adding components, may affect a design.Learn how digitalization can help you solve your electromechanical design challenges:
- Streamline engineering processes using a tightly integrated solution that enables co-design across domains
- Reduce the need to create and test physical prototypes, while ensuring the final product’s reliability and durability
- Accelerate product development by designing electromechanical systems quicker and more cost effectively
Technology allows engineers to be innovative, but the mantra of smaller, faster, lighter, denser and cheaper isn’t music to a developer’s ears. They are the ones dealing with the challenges of adding more wiring and circuitry into a small design footprint. Designing and optimizing electrical systems that work in a mechanical package can quickly become their greatest design challenge. An integrated, collaborative integration between electrical and mechanical domains can help.Solid Edge Wiring Design enables the creation of fully functional and manufacturable designs in a seamless MCAD-ECAD environment. With built-in intelligence that automates many design tasks, the software makes full electrical schematic development easy via an intuitive user interface, a library of electrical symbols and automated part selection.Download the eBook today!