SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional - A Comprehensive Solution

SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional is the ultimate solution for electrical system design, seamlessly merging the powerful capabilities of SOLIDWORKS Electrical Schematic Professional and SOLIDWORKS Electrical 3D into a single, robust package. This unified toolset empowers engineers and designers in various industries to take their electrical projects to the next level.

Why Opt for SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional?

Embedded electrical systems planning necessitates a unified electrical toolset, and SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional is designed to deliver just that. With single- and multi-line schematic tools, it provides an integrated environment that facilitates efficient electrical system design. The synchronization of both 2D and 3D aspects is crucial for the harmonious coexistence of mechanical and electrical components in any project.


SOLIDWORKS CAD is at the heart of the SOLIDWORKS suite. When you choose SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional, you gain access to the seamless integration of electrical and mechanical design. This synergy between SOLIDWORKS CAD design and electrical planning ensures that your projects are not only precise but also well-coordinated, ultimately saving you time and resources.

3D Modeling in SOLIDWORKS

3D modeling in SOLIDWORKS goes beyond the realm of mechanical design. With SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional, you can harness the power of 3D modeling to visualize and optimize your electrical systems. This multidimensional approach enables a deeper understanding of how electrical and mechanical aspects interact, resulting in more efficient and effective designs.


For those already using CAD software, the transition to SOLIDWORKS is simplified with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional. Converting CAD designs to SOLIDWORKS format is a smooth process, and this integration provides new opportunities for enhancing your projects.

Affordable SolidWorks Pricing

Cost considerations are crucial for any project. SOLIDWORKS offers a range of pricing options to cater to different needs. You can find a pricing structure that aligns with your project's requirements, making SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional an accessible and cost-effective solution.

Learning How to Use SOLIDWORKS

New to SOLIDWORKS? Don't worry; SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional provides a user-friendly interface and extensive resources to help you get started. Whether you're an experienced user or a novice, learning how to use SOLIDWORKS is a straightforward process.

Exploring SolidWorks Solid Modeling

Solid modeling is a fundamental aspect of SOLIDWORKS, and SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional embraces this by offering a comprehensive platform for solid modeling. Create, modify, and visualize 3D models, ensuring your designs are both robust and visually impressive.

Working with SOLIDWORKS CAD Designers

Collaboration is made easy with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional. Whether you're working alongside SOLIDWORKS CAD designers or within a team of professionals, this software promotes seamless cooperation and ensures that everyone is on the same page throughout the design process.

Affirming the Power of SOLIDWORKS and CAD

SOLIDWORKS and CAD are a dynamic duo, and SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional emphasizes this synergy. Combining the prowess of SOLIDWORKS with CAD design creates a comprehensive solution that addresses the complexities of modern engineering and design projects.

Unveiling the Future of Engineering with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional

In the rapidly evolving landscape of engineering and design, SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional stands as a beacon of innovation and efficiency. It not only streamlines your work but also opens new horizons in electrical and mechanical design, offering a cost-effective, user-friendly, and powerful solution for a multitude of industries and applications. Elevate your projects with SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional, where precision meets practicality.

Why Choose SOLIDWORKS Electrical Professional?

Embedded electrical systems planning requires a unified electrical toolset that provides single- and multi-line schematic tools. Embedded system design also requires all work in 2D and 3D to be synchronized for both mechanical and electrical parts.