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See PCBflow at electronica 2022

Messe München, Germany, November 15-18, 2022 A lot has changed in the electronics industry since the last in-person electronica show…

PCBflow Live Event 2022

The rapidly changing PCB DFM landscape – Live Annual Event

Live online event – September 20, 2022 – 2 sessions available. PCB design for manufacturing (DFM) is moving to the…

PCBflow board viewer

See more with new PCBflow board viewer

New release, new features PCBflow, the online tool and collaboration space, keeps getting better! The latest release includes several new…

Benefits of cloud based pcb dfm

PCB Cloud Based DFM – Why You Should Care

The Covid -19 pandemic has been a reality check for organizations of all sizes. Due to these uncertaintimes, more organizations,…

PCB manufacturer: Collaborate with design houses while securing your intellectual property

How to make sure that your manufacturing process capabilities remain private, even when shared with others Background Siemens presents a…

Copper layers on PCB

Old Habits Die Hard

In one of my previous blog posts, I asked the question: Why do designers keep sending Gerber files to their…

Communication in PCB design handoff

The communication challenge in PCB design-for-manufacturing

One of the biggest challenges in the process of a design to manufacturing handoff is the lack of manufacturing knowledge…

Silkscreen – is it really that simple?

A silkscreen contains human- and machine-readable marks on the surface of a PCB that indicates PCB components’ positions and polarity,…

Ensuring PCB design is ready for manufacturing

Skydiving without a parachute – how to enable exchange of manufacturing process requirements

On an August evening in the sky above a California desert, a skydiver leaped from the safety of an airplane…

PCB design tweaks by manufacturers

How to Take Control and Reduce PCB Design Tweaking

In the realm of PCB fabrication, it is commonplace for manufacturers to “tweak” board designs provided by designers in order…