PCB Design for Manufacturability

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Tuesday, Thursday
12:00 pm ~ 02:00 pm America/New_York

Enrollment Period
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Description

Taught by an industry expert with more than 40 years of experience in the field, this 4-week online program is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to reduce or eliminate design, documentation, and capability issues that often arise when completed PCB designs are sent to the fabricator for production.  

Course Content

  • DfM Course Introduction, Fabricator Capability and Materials
  • Panelization, Stackups and Surface Finishes
  • Conductive Features, Holes/Vias and Other Mechanical Features
  • Masks and Inks, Impedance and Signal Loss, and Electrical Test
  • FPC, Documentation and Specifications

Participants receive the following helpful documents developed by Korf Consultancy LLC.

PCB Fabrication Design Rules
This editable document is designed to help PCB designers avoid many of the issues identified during the fabricator’s initial DFM review. It provides an extensive list of sample design rule parameters that designers can use to ensure that their designs are compatible with fabricator capabilities before the fabricator’s initial review. These globally representative design parameters are based on the most recent PCB design requirements.

Rigid PCB Fabrication Acceptance Specification 
This editable document provides recommended qualification and performance specifications for all IPC-6012 requirements defined as AABUS (As Agreed Between User and Subscriber). Designers can use this document to inform fabricators of their company’s specific manufacturing, documentation, and quality requirements, inclusive of those that do not appear in IPC Standards.

Online Event

3000 Lakeside Dr.
Suite 105N
Bannockburn, IL 60015
United States

Online Event

Online Event
3000 Lakeside Dr.
Bannockburn, IL 60015
United States