Mentor White Paper: You Think You’re Buying Boards, but You’re Paying for Panels


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By taking responsibility for the panel design and optimization process during the PCB design process, OEMs can reap significant material costs savings and accelerate their time to market.

This white paper, written by Patrick McGoff of Mentor, a Siemens business, shares the details of the results from a study of four different designs and the material cost savings each realized after taking steps to optimize the panel material utilization.

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