Mentor to Hold PCB Forums 2019 in Germany


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The PCB Forums 2019 will be held in different cities of Germany, Karlsruhe (July 23), Nuremberg (July 24), and Munich (July 25).

Overview

Growing design complexity, ever-increasing global market pressures, increased demands for more sophisticated and reliable products in less and less time - it is becoming increasingly difficult for designers of electronic products to keep pace with the constant changes in the industry.

So check out the latest expansions and trends in Xpedition and take the opportunity to share with other Mentor users and experts in this one-day seminar.

For more information visit https://www.mentor.com/pcb/events/pcb-foren-2019.

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