February 2019 Issue of Design007 Magazine Available Now


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Technological advances have made it possible to print circuits on all sorts of traditional and non-traditional substrates, and even materials not even considered substrates. What does a PCB designer need to know in order to design circuits on these alternative materials? 

The February 2019 issue of Design007 Magazine has the information you need to design PCBs in a world where everything's a substrate.

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