Webinar

Designing for Assembly:

Guidelines for Effortless PCB Manufacturing

As a PCB designer, there are a lot of challenges you must face throughout the design cycle. Unwelcome surprises during the manufacturing phase can lead to costly re-spins and a delay in the overall project schedule. Therefore, ensuring your PCB is designed appropriately for assembly is crucial. Join us to learn about common challenges during the assembly phase, how to prevent them in the design phase, and ways to work with your manufacturer.

What you will learn:

  • What does it mean to design for assembly (DFA)
  • The importance of DFA Guidelines
  • The effects assembly problems can have on your design project such as increased manufacturing costs
  • Common DFA guidelines including part selection and placement
  • How to incorporate DFA in your CAD tool
Designing for Assembly:
Guidelines for Effortless PCB Manufacturing
June 30th, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
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About your Presenters

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.


Jeff Kuester

Jeff is a Field Applications Engineer with over 40 years of experience in the Printed Circuit Board field. His focus is on OrCAD, Allegro, CIS/CIP, and CADSync.


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