SOLIDWORKS, Electrical Design

New Guide Series: Navigating SOLIDWORKS PCB

By Tricia Klebe on April 11, 2017

Just last year at SOLIDWORKS World 2016 in Dallas, Texas, SOLIDWORKS PCB (Printed Circuit Board) was added to SOLIDWORKS' product portfolio. It's a huge game changer for mechanical and electronic design teams, integrating Altium's best-in-class PCB technology with SOLIDWORKS CAD capabilities. To help users navigate the new software, we put together a SOLIDWORKS PCB guide series, covering everything from version control to the ECO process and even design for manufacturing.


Design for Manufacturing with SOLIDWORKS PCB
In the guide, we outline how SOLIDWORKS PCB utilizes
Design for Manufacturing (DFM) to enable effective PCB
design and increase productivity for your company.

>> Download the Design for Manufacturing Guide

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This guide will help you say goodbye to delays
caused by unexpected engineering change orders
(ECOs) and introduce you to a new, automated ECO
process solution within SOLIDWORKS PCB.

>> Download the ECO Process Guide

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Implement Version Control with SOLIDWORKS PCB
This guide outlines how Version Control with
SOLIDWORKS PCB can help you eliminate missed or
repeated processes while reducing errors in design,
purchasing and manufacturing.

>> Download the Version Control Guide

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