Learn more about this in-demand technology and avoid common pitfalls when designing for manufacture.

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Summary

Printed circuit boards (PCB) are found in the electronics you use daily -- the communication tools that help you reach out to friends and family; the medical devices you rely on to maintain a high-quality of life; the transportation solutions that get us where we need to go; and the connectivity we've come to expect in all of our devices.

Join us for an introduction to Conductive Anodic Filament or “CAF” in printed circuit boards during this interactive 60-minute webinar. We will define what Conductive Anodic Filament is and what design/environmental conditions need to be present for it to form. We will examine CAF failure types and prevention, and review PCB materials involved in the process. Learn how we ensure material robustness for CAF avoidance for sensitive applications.

 

Gus Trakas works with customers to help ensure their PCB designs are cost effective and meet reliability requirements, before they hit the production floor.  Gus is based out of our Toronto, Canada site and specializes in high-reliability applications.

Speaker

Gus Trakas, Sr. Field Applications Engineer

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PCB Bootcamp Webinar Series

CAF: Conductive Anodic Filament

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Format

  • 45 Minute Presentation
  • 15 Minute Q&A

 

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