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OnTrack with Judy Warner
31 minutes | 12 hours ago
Troubleshooting EMC from Your Workbench
EMC expert Ken Wyatt joins us in this episode to answer frequently asked EMC questions—a sneak peak to his EMC Book Series. Watch the video, click here. EMC book series: Volume I: Create your own EMC Troubleshooting Kit What inspired you to write this book and why is this information important to your clients? Will you share some examples of common “blindspots” you observe with your design engineering clients relative to EMC? Can you share a few specific use cases? Volume II: Radiated and Conducted Emissions book will soon be published. What can readers expect to learn in this latest release? If you could share 1-2 tips for our listeners about radiated and conducted emissions, what would they be? Where can listeners find this book? Volume III: Immunity Testing What is Immunity Testing and why is it important? What are your plans for publication for this book? Will you come back again when volume 3 comes out? Wrap up. Links and Resources: Wyatt Technical Services (EMC Seminars) Ken Wyatt’s author page on Amazon.com Other EMC Articles and Resources from Altium DesignCon 2021 IEEE EMC Society Henry Ott’s Amazon Author Page (EMC Expert) Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
57 minutes | 9 days ago
How to Build a New Data Management System
Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. [link to website live page] Show Highlight - Pro Tips! How do you build a new data management system? Build templates and defaults (files) and remember to always do this FIRST - copy the Altium defaults and set them up from there. Please review all the parameters and learn how they flow. Then check in to Concord / Altium365. Review and organize your categorization system. Make templates. Don't make it more complicated than it needs to be. Restrain yourself from over-organizing. Build up a test project and test it out. Bonus: Use the drafting system; it is awesome. Show Notes: Why did you start using Altium 365 Pro? Flat data model is dead Database and programmable access to a managed data system Version control within the new data management system Part availability and shortages and crosses Better than Digi-key in some cases :) What solutions/benefits did this offer to the organizations you are involved in? Digging into the details: Advice for your peers and those considering this solution: Maybe prototype and implementation should be different Migrating to Altium 365...go slow and don’t jump into the migrator right away. The templating system is great...USE IT! (if Pro) Sample data is a nice place to start, but hardly a perfect plan Directories are a good start, but data quality varies and is inconsistent Highly recommend the pro version Concord Pro for DoD work (on-premises) Plan it out, figure out what really matters. I wasted a lot of time on what didn't matter. I ultimately wrote an entire document with footprint names/IDs, formatting of the descriptions, etc. After making a mess. Rs and Cs were the hardest. Use Excel to build tables. (John Watson’s tip) Lot's of little details which are not readily apparent how they work together. Links and Resources: Escape Room Tech Anidea Engineering Altium 365 Concord Pro (On premise) Altium 365 Pro Subscription (includes Concord Pro for Data Management) Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
43 minutes | 23 days ago
Taking Simulation to a New Dimension
Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Background, Avishtech Featured tools: Gauss stack 2D, Gauss stack There are many simulation tools, what makes Avishtech’s offering standout? First product ever endorsed by industry Signal Integrity Expert, Lee Ritchey. (PCB stackup simulation, PCB dimensional stability and warpage) What pain points exist and how does Avishtech address these? What’s been the early feedback? Share use cases. What’s coming: Roadmap Links and Resources: Avishtech Website Avishtech Webinar Kashev Amla’s LinkedIn Profile Tarun Amla’s LinkedIn Profile Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
44 minutes | 24 days ago
New Printed Circuit Engineering Course: PCE EDU
Today's guests are Rick Hartley and Mike Creeden Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. [link to website live page] Show Highlights: Introduction, Rick Hartley and Mike Creeden Printed Circuit Engineering Course: PCE EDU Why not PCB-EDU Who is this course for? What is contained in the course, and the inspiration behind it? Who authored the course and where can Design Engineers sign up? How will this course be proctored for certification purposes? PCE EDU will be offered in universities Closing remarks Links and Resources: Eptac PCE EDU Course page PCEA (Printed Circuit Engineering Association) Rick Hartley’s LinkedIn Profile Mike Creeden’s LinkedIn Profile Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
30 minutes | a month ago
3 Key IPC Rules to Know, Follow and (sometimes) Break
Listen to this episode with Gerry Partida. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Introduction to Gerry Partida and Summit Interconnect Why knowing and following IPC standards are critical for Design Engineers AABUS: What is it, and when to use it (Edge clearances) Removing non-functional pads Watch for 3.5 mil minimum dielectric rule IPC 2221. Work around How to access standards, talk to your fabricator: IPC Expertise CTA: Follow Gerry on LinkedIn for tips and tricks Summit Interconnect Website IPC website Links and Resources: Gerry’s LinkedIn Profile Summit Interconnect Website IPC Website DFM Article: PCB Front-End Engineering Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
39 minutes | a month ago
Four Commonly Held Myths of EMC Design
“Don't get your ground plane, there's never really a good reason to do that.” - Dr. Todd Hubing Dr. Todd Hubing debunks the EMC myth. Dr. Hubing has authored or co-authored over 200 papers and presentations on electromagnetic modeling, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), and the design of reliable electronic systems. In this episode he shares with us 30 years worth of knowledge, tested and proven facts about EMC. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Introduction. Get to know Dr. Todd Hubing. Learn EMC, Resources and Courses EMC question of the week from 2017 - 2020 compiled in a book, available now. EMC design guidelines: Top 4Solid ground planes should be gapped between analog and digital circuits. The decoupling capacitor should be located as close as physically possible to the IC’s power pin. On multi-layer boards, the best stack-up is ... To suppress common-mode noise, the power input on a circuit board should have a common-mode choke. Links and Resources: Learn EMC Website (Resources and courses) EMC Resource Page on the Learn EMC Website Book: EMC question of the week: March 2017-December 2020. Now available. EMC Design Guideline Collection (including the top 4, with over 30 years worth of wisdom here!) Find Learn EMC and Dr. Todd Hubing on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
39 minutes | 2 months ago
The What, Why and How of Data Management
More than 15 million components to choose from to design your board, where do you begin? Today’s guest is John Watson, a seasoned PCB designer with 40 years of experience in the electronic industry and now Altium’s Customer Success Manager. He will talk about everything you need to know about library management and how you can successfully keep it organized and functional for your PCB design needs. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: John Watson, 40 Years in Electronics, 22 Years in PCB Design, 5+Years PCB Design Manager for a global team of 65 Design Engineers What is Data Management and who are the stakeholders that use it? It’s the management of part data throughout the entire process of PCB design and manufacturing. Part Choices (Electrical Engineers-Circuit Designers, Schematic) MCAD (Mechanical Engineers) Procurement (Purchasing and Material Management) EMS Supplier (Suppliers) Recent data management webinar: Office Hours - Component and Data Management , Part Two: Follow up session and Homework Octopart part numbers: 15.1 Million!! “Eating the Elephant” Start with the item right in front of you. Full explanation on webinar Cost of doing it wrong, or benefit for doing it right: Time, Money, Delays, TTM, safety, job security The importance of accurate footprints, pin #1, orientation How do you stay ahead of component supply chain issues such as end of life, obsolescence, and shortages? Tools that help: Active BOM, Octopart, IHS, Concord Pro Links and Resources: PCB Design 007 Magazine: Footprints Chris Denney Podcast: 5 Things your EMS Company wants you to avoid Octopart Website Webinar Series: Avoid BOM stock cost and lifecycle surprises as you design Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
23 minutes | 3 months ago
Automate Front End Engineering Processes with Kent Balius
How can we become more efficient as an industry? Kent Balius is here with us to discuss the importance of automating Front End Engineering processes. His company EPIC Front End Engineering promotes intelligent processing by reducing human interactions and eliminating labor-intensive administrative processes. This episode is all about smart engineering. Learn how an automated process can help increase your profits and revenues. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: About Kent Balius: 35 years of front-end engineering at PCB fabricators Viasystems/TTM, Global standardization plant-to-plant Data Package Collaboration between OEM designs and Fabricators (Seamless Global Transfer) EPIC Turn unstructured Data and convert it to Intelligent Data-Driven Processes IPC-2581 Adoption and drive automation What are the current challenges in the Industry: archaic, manual, intensive administrative process Dumb-data: Gerbers Effects on Revenues and Profitability: cost and time implications Design for Manufacturing (DFM): Reduce human interaction and error. Increase reliability! Move toward digitization, IPC-2581, EPIC Front End Engineering Links and Resources: EPIC Website Column in PCD&F Magazine (coming soon) IPC-2581 Consortium Webpage TTM Julie’s Ellis podcast: Seamless Global Transfer Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
55 minutes | 3 months ago
Looking Forward: 2021 Industry Trends and Events to Watch for
Where are we going in these crazy times? Mike Buetow, an exceptional journalist in the electrical engineering space, gives us the state of the industry—what to look out for, the current trends, and what will help you be a better design engineer in 2021. This is an episode full of valuable information about major industry trends. Make sure to check the extra resources below, and watch the full episode or listen on the go on any of your favorite podcast apps! Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: What lasting effects will the pandemic have on Trade Shows? PCB East and PCB West: Game On! in Massachusetts and California 3 Major Industry Trends to watch for:Component Shortages, Caps, Resistors, Memory, and Microchips Smart Manufacturing: Offshore Giants like Universal Scientific have achieved Industry 4.0 in scale Geopolitical Impacts: Keep your eyes on Taiwan! Links and Resources: PCB EastPCB WestTTI Market EyeESD Alliance (EDA market stats)Circuits Assembly Article: Lights-Out Factory at USI (Universal Scientific, Inc) Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
26 minutes | 3 months ago
PCEA is Here to Meet the Challenges of the PCB Design Industry
Tomas Chester is back for a Part 2 episode. This time he shares the importance of being involved in the PCB design community through organizations like the Printed Circuit Engineering Association™ (PCEA). He will also explain how the Materials Library in Altium Designer will benefit you as a designer and other stakeholders, including your fabricator. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Why Tomas is using the Altium Designer Materials Library Access to Tomas’ Materials Library Using Simberian's 3D field solver Embedded in Altium Designer Printed Circuit Engineering Association™ (PCEA) is addressing challenges in the Industry PCEA Tri-Chapter Kickoffs Links and Resources: Tomas Chester on LinkedInChester Electronic DesignAccess to Tomas's Materials LibraryPCEA websitePCEA Membership Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
36 minutes | 3 months ago
More Designing, Less Distraction with Altium Designer 365
“Those who get to choose, choose Altium Designer.” - Lawrence Romine, Altium VP of Corporate Marketing In this episode, Lawrence Romine is with us to reveal some exciting news about the new Altium Designer Multi-Plan Subscription Programs. He explains the three components that make up the subscription program and how a designer like you can benefit from each option. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Introduction of the new Multi-plan Subscription Plan (Includes cloud solution Altium 365 and service and feature-specific choices. What’s the difference between “maintenance” and “subscription”? Altium making a shift towards Saas (Software-as-a-service), allowing for choosing best-fit solutions Definition Standard vs. Pro subscription plans Perpetual and on-premise subscription remain available Altium 365 enables an unparalleled ability to collaborate across engineering disciplines and with supply chain partners. Links and Resources: Subscription Levels Webpage Altium Designer 21: What’s New? Altium 365 Webpage Lawrence Romine’s LinkedIn Profile Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
35 minutes | 4 months ago
Invest in Your Career: Take Time to Explore and Be Creative
Get out (or online) and learn! This episode with Tomas Chester is all about engaging and contributing to the design community. He shares with us his motivation to self-educate and how he invests in his career through a dedicated effort to connect with the engineering community. Tomas shares how to make the most of your learning style and utilize educational resources. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Tomas shares the challenges, opportunities, and what motivates him to contribute to the design community in forums and social media. Get to know your learning style and design style. The welcome road to becoming an Altium Designer Beta group contributor and an Altium Certified Instructor Essentials vs Advanced Course. Utilizing available resources such as Altium Academy and YouTube Channel, free training, Altium documentation on the website. “Playing” with your tools, and learning from your coworkers Time constraints crowd out time for education but carve out time anyways Always explore available resources: PCB West, Design Con, Embedded World, YouTube, EIPC, Trade associations, PCEA AltiumLive: Tool Training and Principles-based Links and Resources: Tomas Chester on LinkedInAltium Designer 21: What’s New WebpageChester Electronic Design WebsiteAltium ForumAltium Training Resources (Worldwide)Altium Webinars Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
52 minutes | 4 months ago
Fostering Innovation in a Post-Covid World
What’s in your soft skill toolbox? Eli Hughes is a true full-stack hardware engineer and a co-founder of Tzero Brew. He joins the OnTrack podcast to share his insights on how to foster innovation, manage upstream failure, build trust with your fellow engineers and stakeholders, and develop your soft skills—and other non-technical skills we use to communicate with each other and solve problems effectively. Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Intro to Eli Meeting the challenges of working remotely A lesson in engineering from a kindergartener ”Soft skills for hardware”; humanity in engineering Timing and Perception: Shifting targets as customer needs change Too easy to be negative; finding positivity in global challenges How constraints foster innovation Wants vs Needs: building trust with fellow developers Jeremy Blum’s take on ‘Empathic Engineering’ You make it, you fix it: managing upstream failure Believing in the Mission: how ordinary people do extraordinary things The Part vs the Whole: Lee Ritchey’s homemade Apollo 11 boards Elon Musk & Tony Stark: the power of unification Expanding your sphere of influence by thinking holistically How students at TU Delft is helping paraplegics walk again Mining Sci-fi and fantasy reading for soft skills Now is the time: get out of your comfort zone! Links and Resources: Eli Hughes AltiumLive Presentation: Crossing the ChasmAltiumLive 2020 PresentationsJeremy Blum AltiumLive 2018: Empathic EngineeringOnTrack Insight with Lee RitcheyAltium Stories: Project March (Exoskeleton)Eric Bogatin Amazon Author PageOnTrack Insight VideosArticle: 5 Essential Soft Skills for a Successful Career in Engineering Altium 365: Where the World Designs Electronics
29 minutes | 4 months ago
Common Signal Integrity Pitfalls
The OnTrack Podcast welcomes Hans Klos, founder and CEO of Sintecs, a simulation service provider and developer of the HyperLynx® Connector tool. HyperLynx® Connector is a freeware application which seamlessly bridges the gap between Mentor Graphics’ HyperLynx and Altium Designer. Join us as Hans and Judy discuss the HyperLynx Connector tool, their upcoming webinar collaboration, and common signal integrity pitfalls. Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone.Share and Collaborate. Everything in One Place. Watch the video, clickhere. Show Highlights Hans Klos, founder and CEO of Sintec Rethinking Frequency and Rise and Fall times Common signal integrity pitfalls The problem with blindly trusting reference boards The Benefit of Simulation vs. Design & Measure The shift toward board level issues Why IoT devices are driving the need for simulation Sintecs’ HyperLynx Connector How design engineers can access Hyperlinx affordably Syntecs’ free training videos Resources: Hans Klos on LinkedIn Signal Integrity Related Articles on AltiumⓇ Resource Hub Sintecs Website Hyperlynx SI/ALT Bundle Offer Hans Klos LinkedIn Profile Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone.Share and Collaborate. Everything in One Place.
30 minutes | 5 months ago
High Performance Design Systems with SI Guru Scott McMorrow
On May 16, 1994, the Signal Integrity List (SI-List) was founded, with just 30 members on its charter email list. Today, there are more than 4,000 members worldwide, and the list includes Signal Integrity gurus like Istvan Novak, Todd Hubbing, Steve Weir, and Scott McMorrow. In this episode of the OnTrack Podcast, one of those world renown SI gurus, Scott McMorrow, CTO of Samtec Inc.’s Signal Integrity Group, connects with Judy Warner to discuss signal integrity concerns, and especially Samtec’s Webinar series, gEEk spEEk. Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone. Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights Scott McMorrow, CTO of Signal Integrity Group at Samtec Inc A quick overview of Samtec What is gEEk spEEk? Learn something in 60 minutes; gEEk spEEk’s online content How to sign up for gEEk spEEk Using gEEk spEEk for internal training How Signal Integrity List got its start Judy’s big question: “When did you know you were gonna be an engineer?” Resources: Scott McMorrow on LinkedIn gEEk spEEk Webinars (On-demand) Samtec Website Making Connections! Scott McMorrow, on Building Relationship with Samtec as a Connector Supplier Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone.
39 minutes | 5 months ago
SnapEDA Google for Electronic Components
OnTrack welcomes Natasha Baker, CEO of SnapEDA. Natasha is an electrical engineer with fourteen years of experience who founded SnapEDA after seeing a need for a ‘Google of electronics components’. SnapEDA is, the world’s first electronics design search engine, currently serves more than a million professional engineers, and supports the development of more than 400,000 unique hardware products every year. Natasha joins us to discuss the origin of SnapEDA, its free automated part builder, Instabuild, and what transparency means to engineering. Altium Designer, Uncompromising PCB Design Experience Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Introducing Natasha Baker, CEO of SnapEDA SnapEDA: an origin story What SnapEDA is and what it does PCB Librarians and ‘rogue libraries’ Consistency and transparency: Managing IPC compliance Additional benefits of using SnapEDA Broader implications of SnapEDA’s platform population What attracted Natasha Baker to engineering? How to access the SnapEDA APIs, plugins, and tools Instabuild: an automation tool Transparency in the engineering environment Meeting challenges in the absence of universal file formats SnapEDA’s post-coronavirus resilience Natasha on engineering trends and where it goes from here Links and Resources: Natasha Baker on Linkedin Main SnapEDA website: www.snapeda.com InstaBuild: www.snapeda.com/instabuild Plugins (including a brand new Altium plugin!): www.snapeda.com/plugins An interview with Natasha Baker on Youtube Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone.
44 minutes | 6 months ago
Five Issues Your Assemblers Want You to Avoid
Chris Denney is CTO of Worthington Assembly and cohost of the ‘Pick, Place, Podcast’ podcast. He joins OnTrack to tell us about his talk, which is titled “Your Manufacturer Is Stupid - Help Them”. Learn the five tentpole problems your manufacturers have to deal with, and how avoiding these simple issues will speed your projects through assembly. Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone. Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Humble beginnings; intro to Worthington Assembly CTO Chris Denney Chris Gammel and the Amp Hour podcast The story behind “Your Manufacturer is Stupid - Help Them” No. 1: Identifying polarity of components No. 2: Silkscreen legibility (avoid incurring extra costs) No. 3: Panelization (why it matters) No. 4: PCB properties (use a template) No. 5 Specific manufacturer’s part numbers Bonus tip: Plated Through-hole sizes Worthington, Circuithub,and the Pick, Place, Podcast Links and Resources: Chris Denney on Linkedin Worthington Assembly Blog (Includes Chris’s presentation from Kicon 2019) CircuitHub Website Design With Manufacturing Panel from AltiumLive 2020 Pick, Place, Podcast Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone.
35 minutes | 6 months ago
SOURCE® Hydropanels Renewable Clean Water from the Air
According to the World Health Organization, 2 billion people across the globe rely on contaminated water sources. Dr. Cody Friesen, founder of SOURCE and Fulton Engineering professor saw this problem, and developed the SOURCE® Hydropanel, a device which can extract water vapor from ambient air to create clean, potable water using the power of the sun. Cody Friesen joins the OnTrack podcast to discuss materials science, entrepreneurship, the ASUIO competition, and how he came to develop the hydropanel. Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone. Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Cody Friesen and materials science SOURCE and the search renewable water Alarming statistics: clean drinking water and foodborne illness SOURCE Hydropanels: how they work and what they do Why hydropanels are a massive multidisciplinary problem The worldwide impact of SOURCE Hydropanel technology ECEDHA (The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Head Association) Entrepreneurship and the ASUIO competition Apples, Soundskrit, and chip-scale LIDAR Trends in PCB Design amid the rise of Electrical Engineers EEs and cross disciplinary synergy Links and Resources: Cody Friesen on Linkedin Source Global on LinkedIn www.Source.co Apply to the 2021 ASU Innovation Open Who is Source Water? Cody Friesen featured on BBC Video Spotlight Future Innovators Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone.
11 minutes | 7 months ago
Robert Feranec and IoT Security
The AltiumLive Virtual Summit is just around the corner! So in a unique episode of OnTrack, we share clips of Robert Feranec, motherboard designer and founder and CEO of Fedeval Academy, speaking on such topics as IoT device security in an increasingly connected world, the pitfalls of underestimating the complexity of your fellow stakeholder’s job, and the value of attending AltiumLive. This is a short and impactful episode you shouldn’t miss. Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone. Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights: Introduction to Robert Feranec, Founder of Fedevel Academy From design engineer to educator: Robert’s career trajectory Learn, Connect, Get Inspired: Robert on the value of AltiumLive ”It’s never simple”: the illusion of simplicity in other stakeholders’ jobs Security and the rise of security of IoT devices Altium 365 and cloud security: Amazon Web Service’s Dave Pellerin’s AltiumLive keynote Links and Resources: Register for FREE: AltiumLive 2020 Virtual Summit Connect with Rober Feranec. Join the conversation on Discord Robert Feranec on LinkedIn Robert Feranec on How to Implement The PCB Design Process Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone.
28 minutes | 8 months ago
How the Open Source Ventilator Project Went from Design to Build in Record Time
Dugan Karnazes (Velocity Research), Rob Cooke (Calumet Electronics), and Chris Denney (Worthington Assembly) join the OnTrack podcast to relay their experiences while working on the OSV (Open Source Ventilator) project. The OSV project is a global coalition formed entirely of volunteer engineers, corporations, manufacturers, and hospital systems which helped alleviate world-wide ventilator shortages at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how Dugan, Rob, and Chris helped the Open Source Ventilator project design, manufacture, and supply ventilators in record time. Watch the video, click here. Show Highlights Introduction to Dugan Karnazes, Rob Cooke, and Chris Denney When engineering projects go viral: How the OSV (Open Source Ventilator) Project began ”30 minutes I’ll never forget”—How Chris Denney joined the OSV project ”Let’s just make this thing happen”—Why OSV isn’t your everyday engineering project How Rob Cooke joined the Open Source Ventilator project “Using Altium 365 is like engineering with cheat codes”—coordinating the OSV project Chris Denney on how Altium 365 eliminated needless delays How software like G Suite and Altium 365 are fundamentally changing the future of design The biggest thing we can do to impact our industry How the industry is streamlining design by making geography irrelevant Resources: Register for AltiumLive 2020: Virtual PCB Summit (Free) Leigh Gawne on the historic launch of Altium 365 Dugan Karnazes Podcast about OSV Rob Cooke Podcast OSV collaboration beyond Gerber Files for Fabricators Innovators Around the Globe Contribute to Coronavirus Intervention Rising to the Occasion with Altium Designer + Altium 365 Velocity Research Website Calumet Electronics Website Worthington Assembly Website Dugan Karnazes on LinkedIn Rob Cooke on LinkedIn Chris Denney on LinkedIn Now you can get the ultimate PCB design productivity with the easiest platform for PCB design. Easily communicate design changes to your team with Altium 365. Work from Anywhere. Connect with Anyone.
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