Mentor Graphics' 2017 PCB Forum Announces May, June Dates


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The 2017 PCB Forum has opened for registration. Save a seat today! Each PCB Forum is a one-day event where you will learn how to align your PCB design environment with your needs to ensure delivery of quality products, earlier.
 
These events are free of charge. Lunch and refreshments are complimentary.
 
Where and When
RTP, NC – May 9 
Atlanta, GA – May 11 
Boston, MA – May 23 
Orlando, FL – June 15 
 
Do you have comments or questions? Ask the event team at PCB_Forums@mentor.com

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