Register Now For DownStream’s Oct. 24 Webinar


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Now is the time to experience BluePrint-PCB. It's a revolutionary solution to address all your PCB documentation needs. And now with Release 6, it is even more remarkable.

  • 3D visualization and documentation of manufacturing data allowing users to minimize manufacturing defects and delays in production
  • A newly designed user interface common across all DownStream products
  • A common database between all DownStream products so data can be shared seamlessly
  • Technology and support for 64 bit

DownStream has created a truly integrated 2D/3D environment for improved PCB post processing. BluePrint-PCB 6.0 is designed to automate, streamline and dramatically improve PCB documentation.

Date and Time

Thursday, October 24
6:00AM PDT/9:00AM EDT (2:00PM GMT/3:00PM CEST)
11:00AM PDT/2:00PM EDT

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