Posted on Feb 27, 2019
With all the pressures engineers face to make everything ‘better, faster, cheaper, smaller’ all in less time managing your design data can seem like the least of your concerns. However, data management issues can sink a project just as fast as any design flaw. Effectively managing your design data is a critical piece to ensuring overall project success. Get critical design data management tips and best practices learned the hard way so you don’t have to from the experts at EMA and xPLM.
Posted on Jan 21, 2019
Posted on Nov 13, 2018
Podcast Interview with the authors of The Hitchhikers Guide to PCB Design eBook by Mike Beutow with PCB Chat.
Posted on May 10, 2018
Learn the latest features added to OrCAD Engineering Data Management version 5.0
Posted on Apr 26, 2018
Posted on Mar 6, 2018
This video will provide you with a brief demonstration of the advanced Arena connector along with how you can combine and synchronize your Arena and OrCAD data.
Posted on Nov 13, 2017
The old ways of managing PCB design data and communicating changes across the organization are no longer sufficient in today’s competitive electronics driven marketplace. Learn how bi-directional interfaces connecting the OrCAD design environment and your PLM system are essential for gaining a competitive edge in our upcoming webinar.
Posted on Sep 25, 2017
The OrCAD® 17.2-2016 Quarterly Incremental Release 4 (QIR4) is now available and adds significant new functionality to OrCAD 17.2. The latest features will help you to be more efficient in your product design cycle by improving the design for manufacturing flow, enhancing the Interactive 3D canvas, and adding more advanced routing features.
Posted on Jul 13, 2017
The final video to our Working with OrCAD series, Outputs, will discuss how to output all the necessary deliverables required by various downstream partners. It will discuss output options such as IPC2581, IDX, ODB++, IPC 356, Fabmaster, Gerber, Step, PDF, and more. In addition, it will briefly discuss how one can automate the output process.
Posted on Apr 17, 2017
Often times engineers don’t consider RoHS and Reach Compliance a criterion upfront when choosing parts for their design. Sometimes, the thought occurs AFTER they’ve sent a product to the manufacturer, only to be turned away. Engineers should think of RoHS early on in their design, but what if they can’t find the information they need to make an informed decision during the selection process of a part?