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    Default MA433-4: Building Panels in AutoCAD® Electrical and Autodesk® Inventor®

    Session: MA433-4

    Title: Building Panels in AutoCAD® Electrical and Autodesk® Inventor®

    Instructors: Todd Schmoock with Jim Swain

    Course Description: We have discovered how AutoCAD Electrical is a proven and easy way for creating electrical controls system designs. Autodesk Inventor has proven to be an easy way to create digital prototypes of your electrical panels. However, did you know Autodesk Inventor users can pass wire-connectivity information to AutoCAD Electrical and automatically create the corresponding 2D schematics? In this lab, we will take an AutoCAD Electrical smart schematic control system design and create the AutoCAD Electrical smart panels. We will extract the information from the schematic drawings to create the panel drawing, and utilize the reporting functionality by extracting the information from the newly created panel drawing. Most importantly, we will see how the smooth integration between Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD Electrical helps your electrical and mechanical teams work collaboratively and efficiently on 2D and 3D mechatronic product designs.

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