Nano Dimensions provides 3D printing solutions for electronics. It is early but they are getting some traction and making this concept real. This post reviews what they can do.
Electronic Board System Design
Simulation and Verification for Board Development
The idea of applying simulation early in the development of board systems is a relatively new concept. In this post, we provide a quick overview of what is involved.
Zuken and Vitech: Does the Acquisition Make Sense?
A couple weeks ago, Zuken acquired Vitech. What’s the fit? Does it make sense? We give a little insight in this video.
Mentor’s System Vision
This post provides an overview of Mentor’s System Vision, a 1D modeling and simulation tool for analog mixed signal systems.
Collaboration on Board Systems Design: Is It An Opportunity?
Is there an opportunity for more electrical-mechanical collaboration within board systems design? Let’s make sure we’re on the same page before we go any further. First off, what’s involved? We’re talking about taking the board layout in ECAD and communicating that to the 3D assembly in the mechanical application. Why is that needed, and what’s …
Is ECAD a Commodity?
Lots of folks aren’t sure. Is ECAD a commodity? In this post, we share of the capabilities that have emerged in the past few years that differentiate one offering from another.
Simulation Capabilities in Mentor’s Xpedition
This post reviews the simulation capabilities of the new release of Mentor’s Xpedition as well as its ability to empower electrical engineers to make better decisions earlier.
It Takes Two: Modern Circuit Board Design
This post explores the collaboration needed between mechanical and electrical engineers to incorporate electronics into modern smart, connected products.