DownStream Technologies to Present Webinars in February and March


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The current tools and methodologies for creating PCB documentation are outdated, and essentially workarounds, which are clunky, inaccurate, and error-prone. The use of these rudimentary practices for PCB documentation is also highly time consuming, plus totally useless for ECOs.

Automating PCB documentation simplifies the tedious task and saves a lot of time. BluePrint eases the transfer of instructions from design to assembly and manufacturing. High-quality PCB documentation leads to fewer questions, fewer errors, and lower overall costs.

Register for this webinar now, and find out how BluePrint can streamline your design process.

Wednesday, February 14

9:00 AM EDT / 6:00 AM PDT / (2:00PM GMT / 3:00PM CEST)  

2:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT

Wednesday, March 7

9:00 AM EDT / 6:00 AM PDT / (2:00PM GMT / 3:00PM CEST)  

2:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT  

To register, or for more information, click here.

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