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Az Altium örömmel kínál ingyenes heti webináriumokat, amelyek a tervezők és a NYÁK-mérnökök előtt álló alapvető és haladó kihívásokra terjednek ki. Rövid és fókuszált élő előadások, melyek betekintést nyújtanak a tipikus tervezési és elrendezési témákba, az egyszerűtől a technikailag összetett megoldásokig, a legjobb gyakorlatokat felhasználva.

 

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Elkövetkezendő előadások (angol nyelven)

  • Április 15. 12 óra - Three methods for building MCAD ready components
One of the most difficult and frustrating things to arise when traveling to a foreign country is the language barrier. Communicating a simple greeting can sometimes seem like a big hassle. The same thing is true for different CAD tools. When your tools aren’t speaking the same language, you’re going to run into problems. Bridge this gap by building out your component libraries with everything it takes to truly define a component, including 3D models that seamlessly propagate into the PCB editor and beyond.
 
  • Április 22. 12 óra - How to Guarantee PCB Fitment To Your Enclosure
PCB designs seldomly exist on their own; an enclosure usually accompanies them. Even in today’s MCAD-integrated tool landscape, many designers ensure proper fitment of an enclosure and their PCB using a basic, outdated approach consisting of simple file exchanges. Altium Designer uses a modern 3D rendering engine that allows users to directly bring their enclosures into their PCB workspace. Check for proper fitment between the board and enclosure as well as the components and enclosure.
 
  • Április 29. 12 óra - ECAD-MCAD collaboration for improved product development
Working between the Electronic and Mechanical design domains brings unique challenges. ECAD and MCAD tools have different design objectives and have evolved down different paths, and so has the way they store and manage their design and project data. Today's designs of small and complex product enclosures that house multiple, irregular-shaped printed circuit boards (PCB), demand that this challenge be solved . To successfully design these products, the designers must fluidly pass design changes back and forth between the ECAD and MCAD domains beyond outdated file exchanges.
 

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