A best in class new product introduction process requires a predictable and error free transition from design to manufacturing. Discovering design errors during the manufacturing cycle leads to production delays and unexpected costs. Organizations with a best in class NPI process analyze for potential errors before committing a design to fabrication when there is more time and greater options to address them.
DFMStream/CAM350 - Tuesday, March 14
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At this webinar you will learn how DFMStream provides powerful DFM capabilities in an easy-to- use environment, saving you valuable time and resources, while reducing manufacturing delays.
The sooner potential problems are identified, the more time and options there are to address them. Companies that make DFM an integral part of their New Product Introduction (NPI) process realize shortened turn-around times, improved product quality, and overall reduced costs.
We will demonstrate everything DFMStream has to offer, including the new features found in Release 12.
DFMStream uses a “Stream” file to queue a series of DFM analysis checks and can combine netlist or layer comparison, design rule verification, fabrication and assembly verification with a single click of a button.
Design Analyzer analyzes the contents and complexity of a PCB design against the capabilities of the PCB fabricator. This functionality helps the user choose the correct manufacturer and reduces hidden costs and unexpected delays.
DFMStream combines DFM analysis and PCB processing for engineers and PCB designers. The software offers deep, yet easy-to-use analysis and processing tools for any user. DFMStream can be incorporated during any phase of the PCB design cycle.
DFMStream offers full verification of design and manufacturing rules on PCB design databases, Gerber, and NC data to ensure the data complies with design intent. In addition, rule files may be saved and re-used for specific vendor capabilities, greatly reducing set up time for DFM verification.
DFMStream is packed with Advanced Features:
Webinars are conducted in English, and are approximately 60 minutes - time zone converter