Save Time & Cost with an Enhanced Understanding of Design for Manufacture Guidelines

Please join us February 21st, 2018 at 12 pm ET

Summary

In this series installment, Julie Ellis will define key fabricator concerns caused by the interplay of material and process tolerances and how they stack-up. The end results are design for manufacture guidelines that will generate the highest yields; each fabrication site establishes guidelines based on their unique equipment sets. The equipment sets are selected to support different technologies, ranging from heavy copper to micro-BGA designs. At the end of this session, the designer will understand why sites have different capabilities, as well as how to identify and apply the correct design guidelines. Topics will include:

  • Registration
  • Imaging
  • Aspect Ratio
  • Mechanical through-hole
  • Blind laser microvia
  • Annular Ring
  • Etching
  • Plated Layers
  • VIPPO

You'll Learn

Julie Ellis works with customers to help ensure their PCB designs are cost effective and meet reliability requirements, before they hit the production floor. Julie works with OEM and Tier-1 innovators in Silicon Valley to bring their technology applications to life.

Speaker

Julie Ellis, 
Field Applications Engineer

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Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Time: 9am PT / 12pm ET / 5pm GMT
Duration: 1 Hour
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