Since the COVID-19 lockdown began, more and more PCB designers and design engineers have moved into home offices. In this survey, we ask our designer and design engineer readers to share their thoughts on working from a home office: the dogs, the crying kids, everything. Best of all, we want to see photos of your workspaces!
The following is an excerpt from Chapter 1 of Mark Thompson's I-Connect007 eBook "The Printed Circuit Designer’s Guide to... Producing the Perfect Data Package."
With so much to consider when choosing a thermal management material, it’s important to do your calculations, consider the equipment’s operational, and environmental conditions and experiments. Underestimating these could...
Our increased focus on health and wellness drives technology advancement for personal devices and those used in the delivery of healthcare. Bob Tise and Matt Stevenson explain how this trend also drives both PCB production innovation...
In Kelly Dack's debut as the new author of this column, he provides updates on the direction and leadership of the PCEA and upcoming professional development and event opportunities, and Stephen Chavez shares his first "message...
Dana Korf: What Fabricators Expect From Designers, a conversation with Dana Korf
What Did You Expect From Me, Anyway? by Todd Westerhoff
Navigating Industry Expectations by Tim Haag
Communicating Materials From PCB Design to Fabrication, by Martyn Gaudion
Albert Gaines: Fabricators Almost Expect Bad Data, a conversation with Albert Gaines