DownStream Technologies Present Two Webinars in June


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If you haven't seen DownStream’s software solutions, here are a few great opportunities to watch them live. During these two webinars, attendees will witness all DownStream has to offer.

Technical staff will walk you through the DFM solution designed to streamline the process between design and fabrication. DFMStream will help designers to create flawless designs that get through production the first time, saving you time and money.

Attendees will also learn how BluePrint-PCB will automate and streamline your PCB Documentation efforts. It eases the creation while making them easier to share, utilize, and update.

Wednesday, June 12

CAM350/DFMStream: Create Flawless Designs While Streamlining the Process

To register for this webinar, click here.

Thursday, June 13

BluePrint-PCB: Automate and Perfect PCB Documentation

To register for this webinar, click here.

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