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Two weeks to go until PCB Design & Manufacturing Live

The inaugural PCB Design & Manufacturing Live event is just around the corner and New Electronics is looking forward to welcoming PCB designers and suppliers to the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham, on May 10, 2018.

A one-day expo, this event has been created to give electronic design engineers an opportunity to discover – in a single location – the full range of electronic components, manufacturing processes, and services needed to help develop their PCB designs.

A series of technical seminars will run throughout the course of the day and the agenda can be viewed, here.

  • Future Facilities will be exploring the use of simulation for PCB thermal management
  • Altium UK will share advice on multiple, interconnected board design
  • Cadence will be focusing on identifying and fixing impedance mismatches
  • Plexus will examine prototyping in PCB assembly

Beyond this, visitors will be able to meet new supply chain partners and talk to industry-leading PCB design consultancies and electronics manufacturers about how they can help streamline design processes and costs.

PCB Design & Manufacturing Live has the support from significant names in this industry including; Beta LAYOUT, Datalink Electronics, Eurocircuits, Hi5 Electronics, Hitaltech, LCL Electronics, METZ CONNECT, Nexus, Phoenix Contact, Pulsonix, Rhopoint Components, Toby Electronics, and Würth Electronics UK.

All pre-registered visitors will also be able to take a tour of the impressive Motorcycle Museum collection – home to more than 1000 bicycles (at no cost), and pick up a complimentary breakfast roll on arrival (if visiting before 10:30am).

You can join us at this free event by pre-registering online at: http://pcbdmlive.co.uk/register.

Author
Bethan Grylls

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