Introducing the Solid Edge Wiring & Harness Design Free Trial

If you want to try your hand at a new Solid Edge model, your best bet for trying before buying is definitely our 30-day free trial option. But did you know that we offer more than just one kind of trial?

Solid Edge Wiring and Harness Design is now available as a free, 30-day trial so anyone can access and experience the powerful functionality of our dedicated solution for electromechanical design. The free trial includes all the tools and sample files you’ll need to discover the speed, flexibility and simplicity of modeling in Solid Edge.

Here’s where you can start your trial: Free 30-day Solid Edge Wiring and Harness Design trial

What’s included?

The trial includes fully licensed software and video tutorials, access to our award-winning Support Center (including knowledge base, user guides, documentation, and more), and instant access to the full version of the software.

Solid Edge Wiring and Harness Design is an industry-proven software solution for electrical system and harness design in a seamless ECAD-MCAD environment, delivering fully manufacturable harnesses.

And to get the most out of your Solid Edge trial—to really put the software to the test and bring your team members up to speed on it fast—pay a visit to the Siemens Learning Center and our online community. From video tutorials to online chats with experienced users who really know their way around Solid Edge. It’s all here.

Solid Edge Wiring and Harness Design is available for free to any existing Solid Edge subscriber or license holder. See what’s new inside the latest version of Solid Edge.

“Solid Edge Wiring and Harness Design gives us the opportunity to take full advantage of our digital twin, seeing where the wire harness will be and how they will interact within the product before the machine is finished, avoiding the need for costly prototypes.”

Jason Inglis, Senior CAD System Administrator, Ditch Witch
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