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PCB designs require a predictable and error-free transition from design to manufacturing. Finding errors during the manufacturing cycle leads to production delays and unexpected costs. When analyzing for potential errors before committing a design to fabrication there is more time and are more options to address errors properly. 

  • Analyze, identify, and fix manufacturing flaws that may cause delay
  • Inspect for etching, soldermask, thermal, and spacing violations
  • Verify and maintain design integrity and intent
  • Efficiently and effectively drive PCB fabrication

This free webinar exposes how easy it is to use DownStream Technologies’ analysis software, along with software designed to automate a CAM engineering department. Attendees will learn how to increase efficiency and avoid delays. By implementing our solutions, designers will ultimately save time and money.

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June 23, 2020

9 AM Eastern Time/6 AM Pacific: Click here to register.

2 PM Eastern Time/11 AM Pacific: Click here to register.  

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