Mentor Webinar January 23: Electro-Mechanical Co-Design


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Poor communication between PCB designers and mechanical engineers can cause projects to miss their time-to-market and cost targets by 50% or more. When these teams can collaborate in real time to develop a virtual prototype of the finished product, they can be assured that the PCBs will fit perfectly in their mechanical housing prior to fabrication.

This live webinar, scheduled for January 23, 2019, will reveal how electro-mechanical co-design can enable you to meet your cost and time-to-market goals, allowing you to beat your competitors to market and deliver higher quality products.

Presenters are John McMillan, a member of the PADS Technical Marketing team, and Brent Klingforth, a technical marketing engineer.

What Attendees Will Learn

  • How to break down the barriers between PCB design and mechanical design domains with PADS Professional’s MCAD Collaborator
  • Demonstration of an actual electro-mechanical co-design session from the PCB designer and MCAD tool user’s perspective
  • How to accelerate time-to-market, eliminate re-spins, and reduce product cost with electro-mechanical collaboration

Who Should Attend

  • PCB and mechanical designers
  • CAD managers

To register, click here.

 

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