Communication and collaboration during a project are vital to ensure your design is completed on-time, on-budget and as smoothly as possible. There are many aspects to manage in a design and many stakeholders, but who is responsible for what? This episode of Whiteboard Wednesdays will discuss PCB project stakeholders and their responsibilities throughout the design process.
Whiteboard Wednesday: Assembly Drawings
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Whiteboard Wednesday: What is Impedance and Why Should You Care
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Whiteboard Wednesday: Via Selection
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Automatically generate a report that compares footprints versions placed on the board to the corresponding footprint found in your promoted library- verifying all parts are up to date.
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Whiteboard Wednesday: Best Practices for PCB Part Placement Part 2
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