A pair of industry experts will offer their popular and informative advice on how to avoid the most common design errors caught by fabrication when PCB East returns to the Boston area in June.
In a free two-hour session for all attendees registered for the one-day exhibition on June 16, Ray Fugitt of DownStream Technologies and Dave Hoover of TTM Technologies, will cover the 20 (or so) mistakes seen most often by printed circuit board manufacturers, and discuss ways to prevent them.
“This two-hour session is one of our most popular at our annual PCB West event, and we are delighted to bring it to PCB East in 2021,” said Mike Buetow, editor in chief, PCD&F/CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY and conference director, PCB East. “Our presenters interview many of the largest PCB manufacturers in the US and abroad and have compiled an ever-growing list of the most common errors found on incoming designs. It’s an interactive, not-to-be-missed session.”
Attendee participation is encouraged, and registrants are asked to bring their challenges for discussion.
Exhibition-only attendees can register for the free one-day exhibition on June 16 in Marlborough, MA, which includes this session, at www.pcbeast.com. Conference attendees may register at pcbeast.com for the three-day technical conference, which takes place June 15-17.
The conference features a total of 55 hours of training, and attendees will receive certifications of completion for all courses taken during the event. The one-day exhibition features a mix of EDA companies and fabricators and is free to registrants.
PRINTED CIRCUIT DESIGN & FAB and CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY magazines are media partners for the event.
For more information about PCB East, visit www.pcbeast.com.