Automate and Perfect PCB Documentation
The Problem to Solve
|Current tools and methodologies for creating PCB Documentation are essentially workarounds that, rather than automate, become obstacles to producing detailed and accurate PCB documentation in a timely manner. The traditional approach to PCB documentation is to use drawing features of the native PCB CAD system.|
Those features were designed for producing graphics for PCB elements - not PCB documentation. Current tools lack the basic intelligence of a word processor or spreadsheet application necessary for the creation of notes and parts lists. The use of rudimentary graphic tools for PCB documentation tasks also leads to more time consuming and error prone ECO processing - simple unintelligent graphic objects must be individually revised and adjusted to document the changes.
The Solution is BluePrint-PCB
BluePrint-PCB was built specifically as a PCB documentation authoring tool. Use it to quickly create the documentation required to drive the PCB fabrication and assembly processes. BluePrint-PCB leverages the PCB CAD data to automatically create and intelligently link PCB Views, drill charts, parts lists, detail views, fabrication and assembly notes. Change made in the PCB design are instantly propagated to drawing elements across all drawings and all sheets dramatically reducing time spent maintaining PCB documentation. BluePrint-PCB enables you to create high quality PCB documentation in less time.
Wednesday the 24th of May
2:00PM GMT / 3:00PM CEST
In this webinar you will learn about innovative new tools and techniques that evaluate and predict the risk of semiconductor wearout and enable you to demonstrate the reliable performance of parts and sub-assemblies. If you are in a high performance industry like aerospace, this webinar is a must..Waste Heat Recovery Simulation with Organic Rankine Cycle System Modeling
As part of this presentation, the benefits and drawbacks of the Organic Rankine Cycle will be discussed along with how to construct a model of the system in FloMASTER for simulation. Further discussion will focus on how you can make important design decisions such as heat exchanger sizing, expansion device selection, and evaluating the overall system performance.