Whose Fault is it When the Board Fails?


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In an upcoming issue of The PCB Design Magazine, we will discuss a question that you've undoubtedly faced in your job: Whose fault is it when the board fails?

Of course, everyone likes to blame the PCB designer. But think about it. Is the board shop at fault, or perhaps the EMS provider? Is it the customer's fault? Or does the designer bear some of the blame after all? Take this quick survey and let your voice be heard! 

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