In case you missed it, we co-hosted a webinar with Autodesk to discuss how adapting some overlooked design for manufacturing practices can help you design and produce manufacturable boards, eliminate the need for multiple board re-spins, and reduce the time spent on design revisions.
The success of your PCB design project doesn’t end the instance your documentation package is sent out to manufacturing, it does when you receive your board back in its physical form, with high yield, within budget, and it performs as intended. The good news is, there are steps you can take to ensure your PCB will not only perform in the digital world (ECAD), but in the manufacturing world as well.
Some other best practices covered include:
- Fiducial Marks and other Fiducial Essentials
- Blind/Buried Vias vs. Back-drilling
- Acid Traps
- Edge Clearance
- Annular Rings
Design for Manufacturing progression makes sure your end product is cost-effective, easy to produce, and maintains its reliability over time.
On May 12, we talked with Fictiv CEO, Dave Evans during a webinar hosted by industry journalist Philip Stoten about building supply chain resilience.
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