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Winning Precious Electrical Engineering Time – WSCAD Webinar

05 October, 2020

With most of the exhibitions being delayed now, WSCAD has organised a webinar on 22nd October 2020 which will see attendees from all around the world. The focus of the webinar is to present and demonstrate innovative ways to save electrical engineering time and increase the quality of electrical designs. The attendees will also be able to interact with the host via a chat feature and ask any questions that they may have. Click here to find out the agenda topics and further details of the webinar.

WSCAD has organised an international webinar on 22nd October which has been designed to give CAD users an insight into the effective ways of winning precious electrical engineering time. The webinar will kick off with a small introduction about WSCAD, followed by an educational session which will demonstrate several ways WSCAD SUITE X PLUS offers its users the functionality to introduce automation in their designs thereby resulting in increased time and cost savings. The powerful SUITE X PLUS is backed up by the world’s largest electrical parts library with 1.4 million parts from over 330 manufacturers which further adds value to the offer from WSCAD. The agenda topics for the webinar are as follows:

  1. Introduction – WSCAD
  2. Faster Electrical engineering with WSCAD
  3. Better Cabinet engineering with WSCAD
  4. Easier design process
  5. Automate your designs – Project Wizard
  6. Labelling, Production and Interfaces available in WSCAD SUITE X PLUS
  7. Augmented reality app
  8. Summary and Closing the webinar
  9. Survey

One common Electrical CAD platform - No matter if you are designing piping & instrumentation diagrams, fluid power or electrical schematics, cabinet engineering, building automation or electrical installation – WSCAD SUITE provides the right tools for the job. It connects all the engineering data on one common platform. No data transfer or conversion, no quality loss, no hassle. It works in small projects or big ones with user rights, different languages, and international teams. 35,000 users worldwide currently rely on WSCAD software as a solution for their business.


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