2D and 3D Layout of SOLIDWORKS
Create a fast and accurate design by using the electrical cabinet of ducts and rails for routing of wires & cables. It’s mainly used for mounting other components. It primarily represents 2D line art symbols and SOLIDWORKS parts in 3D. The 2D symbol is connected along with manufacturer data by using the database. However, the manufacturer’s database comes with several standard ones. Additionally, one needs to add a custom one and better applicable requirements.
If we look at creating a 3D part, it will adjust the length and profile dimensions which suit our needs better than stock size. Also, to begin with, several rules need to be observed, such as the ability of the software to make the adjustments depending on it.
Also, the base configuration is named EW_CONFIG. The name changed by default configured from “Default” to “EW_CONFIG” when the part is first created. The base sketch mainly uses the base extrusion named “EW_SKETCH”.
The base extrusion feature is called “EW_EXTRUDE”. The dimension for the base extrusion is known as “EW_DEPTH”. It is critical to make an adjustable length and use the Change Length command. In our profile sketch, the height and width of the profile should have their dimensions called “EW_WIDTH” and “EW_HEIGHT”.
It adds the format parts on insertion that need mate references named “throwback” with a single face. It mounts other parts and the top and front faces called “trewrail35”. They are mainly used to create the Electrical Component Wizard. Open a new position in SOLIDWORKS by setting the configuration name as “EW_CONFIG”. Also, create a 2D sketch and profile with dimensions for the height and width.