Bridging the Gap Between Electrical and Mechanical

Experience how direct synchronization between SOLIDWORKS and Cadence PCB can improve your system design process. With easy bi-directional, native integration, and traceable collaboration you can prevent integration errors, avoid clunky middle-ware, and track design changes to keep everyone in sync. Join us to learn how to leverage these capabilities within SOLIDWORKS to achieve best results for your next design. 

What you will learn:

  • The importance of electro-mechanical co-design and its common challenges

  • Leverage PCB data as native SOLIDWORKS parts, features, and assemblies 

  • How to easily communicate mechanical requirements and manage common elements such as board outlines and mounting holes

  • How to navigate between SOLIDWORKS and Allegro with CADSync

Bridging the Gap Between Electrical & Mechanical
September 15th, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

About your Presenter

Sue Frederick

Sue has worked with the Cadence tools for over 25 years, both as a PCB Designer and Application Engineer. Prior to joining EMA, she worked in post-sales customer support at Cadence, focusing on the front-to-back OrCAD Allegro and PCB SI flows.  

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