Explore component libraries and learn how to add a pre-created library that holds all components required for the course project.
- [Instructor] Libraries are a critical part…of electronics design, as they'll hold all…of our component information…that we'll be using within out projects.…We won't wanna create every single component from scratch,…as that would take quite a large amount of time.…So, to take a look at my libraries,…again, I go into my view tab and turn on libraries here.…And I can see my libraries beside the panel coming in.…And this is just a list of a whole bunch…of electro or electronic components here.…
So, resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, and so on.…Of course, there's millions and millions…of electronics components that we can have or choose from.…So, you're probably gonna have some…of your own libraries or you've created a compilation…of the libraries you use most often.…Or you can just download from specific manufacturers.…There's a whole bunch of options.…Again, we have SOLIDWORKS PCB libraries…that can be found online,…and this ties into the all TM design libraries as well.…
So you have millions and millions of prebuilt components,…
- Navigating the user interface
- Creating a new project in SOLIDWORKS PCB
- Placing electrical components onto drawings
- Wiring and annotating schematics
- Creating and editing PCBs
- PCB design
- SOLIDWORKS collaboration
- Creating schematic symbols
- Changing between 2D and 3D views of the PCB board design
- Generating final outputs
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Schematic Design
3. SOLIDWORKS Collaboration
4. PCB Design
6. Final Tools and Outputs
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