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[Solved] Does AutoCAD Electrical have a 3D layout feature for designing 3D Electrical Panels?

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Robert Werner Asks: Does AutoCAD Electrical have a 3D layout feature for designing 3D Electrical Panels?
It is not quite clear for me whether AutoCAD Electrical has a feature that allows specialists to make 3D layouts of the schematics they draw. I mean, is there any possibility to visualize an electric panel in 3D as it appears in real life?

I know that from a schematic one can make a 2D panel as seen from above but I am not really sure whether the connecting wires between the components, and their paths, can be visualized. The schematics and the 2d footprints of the panels (things that AutoCAD Electrical is able to do) help the technician that assembles the physical electrical panel but without wiring he will have difficulties in deciding over the trajectory of each wire.

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*I hope you enjoyed my mouse-writing; for some reason Windows Snip & Sketch has elected to omit text in it’s editing tools. The unhappy face was my own touch.

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