Electro-Mechanical Cabinet Design


Layout components and wire inside 3D enclosures

Working in either two or three dimensions, E3.panel allows engineers to layout components inside panel enclosures. Intelligent automatic snapping points allow parts to be easily placed in their correct location, and with keep-out and height restrictions it is also possible to prevent clashes. The ease-of-use means electrical engineers do not need to understand M-CAD tools.

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Integrated schematic and cabinet design

A direct integration of 3D cabinet layout and electrical schematics enabling a flexible design process starting with cabinet layout or schematic design.

Digital assembly Instructions

Leverage desgin data to generate outputs for wire lists, which includes route and length information.

Paperless Manufacturing

Direct use of manufacturing data to drive manufacturing equipment such as wire preparation machinery and drilling, punching and cutting tools.

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Related resources

  • Webinar
August 12, 2021
E3.series Tools for Control Cabinet Manufacturing Automation

This webinar will provide details and demonstrations of the various tools available to help support the manufacturing automation of cabinet / panel designs.

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December 03, 2018
Process Optimization in Electrical Engineering: Plant and Machinery Industry

Building on the webinar “Electrical and Fluid Engineering in the Internet of Things Era,” this webinar examines the specific requirements of the plant and machinery sector and shows examples of best practices.

  • Webinar
December 03, 2018
Avoid electrical panel design errors

When selecting panel components, it’s often impossible to tell if they are correct until the manufacturing process begins. With a direct connection between the circuit diagram and panel layout such errors are recognized much earlier and thereby avoided.

  • Webinar
November 29, 2018
Wire Harness Design Automation Basics 2

This webinar follows our first webinar “Wire Harness Design Automation Basics I” where we have seen the logical part of the design process. Now we will look at the physical part of the wire harness design process.

  • Case Study
November 22, 2018

The Weidmüller Configurator (WMC) developed in a three-year collaboration with Zuken, alongside the Klippon Connect® series of terminal blocks. can streamline the process of selecting, planning and ordering terminal rail components enhancing the efficiency in the engineering process by up to 75%.

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Upto 75% reduction in cabinet engineering.
  • Case Study
November 15, 2018
Müller Martini

Müller Martini supplies highly flexible, customized print processing machines to the graphics industry. The Swiss-based company recently took the replacement of an end-of-life CAD installation as an opportunity to re-engineer established procedures in electrical engineering and handover to production.

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enhances variant and option handling and reduces manufacturing costs by moving to an object-oriented ECAD environment.

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