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Pegmatis, an elite product design and development services company, is pleased to offer product refresh services for both software and hardware. Products often require a technology refresh, a cost reduction, or a pivot in technology. Pegmatis’ seasoned professionals will provide a solution.
The team at Pegmatis can streamline both software and hardware designs and reduce costs. Below, are some of the categories considered during a product refresh exercise:
- Cost reduction
- Feature refresh
- Quality improvements
- Performance improvements
- Design scalability
- Manufacturing yield improvements
- Component end-of-life mitigation
A solution provider, Pegmatis manages every aspect of design and development from concept through manufacturing, and ensures that projects meet the technical specifications and align with their clients' strategic objectives and timelines. A true one-stop-shop, the company specializes in challenging, complex projects and emerging technologies.
Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
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Luca Gautero, SUSS MicroTec
Although I am not a designer by trade, I want to share my thoughts on what additive manufacturing means for designers, especially how it relates to solder mask. In this article, you will learn what topics I feel are the most important to address.
I-Connect007 Editorial Team
We recently spoke with Dave Torp, CEO of Winonics, about the company’s additive and semi-additive processes and what PCB designers need to know if they’re considering designing boards with these new technologies. As Dave explains, additive design is not much different from traditional design, but the steps in the design cycle are out of order, and additive designers must communicate with their fabricators because so much of the new processes are still proprietary.