DesignSpark Electrical is not time limited or restricted in terms of the number of symbols or connection points. However, there is a maximum of 3 schematic pages (including wiring line diagrams) per and 15 total documents allowed per project, but the number of projects is unlimited. If you require unlimited pages, full PLC management capability, parts classifications management, connection table insertions, cabinet layout insertion, etc. you can consider this upgrade:
A paid upgrade option is available for SOLIDWORKS® Electrical since February 21st, 2020.
Click on image below to see comparison matrix for upgrade path. Spanish version available in attachment.
Watch this video to see what you get by upgrading to SOLIDWORKS® Electrical:
Upgrade order placement and queries:
Fill the form at https://www.solidworks.com/how-to-buy/request-a-quote. SOLIDWORKS® will review your information and help you with order placement.
If you’d like to see more information on how this upgrade could help you, look out for:
- Live/on-demand SOLIDWORKS® Webinars – topics available here https://www.rs-online.com/designspark/designspark-electrical-dse-is-changing/questions/11-dse-v1-3-v2-0 and registration links will be updated in due course through DesignSpark newsletters and our website.
- DesignSpark blogs by SOLIDWORKS representatives. Coming up from February 24th 2020.
- SOLIDWORKS® Electrical case studies and Whitepapers offered to our DesignSpark marketing opted-in users.
- Follow our DesignSpark social media feeds where videos on the upgrade capability will be shared.
Attached is also a detailed guide on how to migrate your projects from DSE to SOLIDWORKS Electrical (SWE) once you have purchased the licence & installed SWE.
Did you try to increase size of the page to let's say A0 to try to overcome limit of 15 pages that way?
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