Orange Co. DC Chapter Meeting: PCB Cost Adders


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The Orange County Chapter of the IPC Designers Council will hold a "Lunch 'n' Learn" meeting on Wednesday, June 15 in Irvine, California. Guest speaker Julie Ellis of TTM Technologies will focus on PCB cost-driving factors that should be considered early in the design phase to save your company money.

A designer is faced with many challenges when planning your layout to achieve a balance of performance, quality and reliability versus cost. In this presentation, Julie Ellis of TTM Technologies will discuss the many factors that contribute to cost and explore the trade-off considerations for design optimization.

She will explore panel utilization, layer count, material selection, via structure choices, via-filling options, the impact of various sequential laminations, plating processes, surface finishes, scoring, milling and back drilling.  Attendees will learn various rules of thumb to help you make better choices for mitigating the cost of the boards you design.    

Reserve a spot on your calendar on Wednesday, June 15 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm for this educational “Lunch ‘n Learn” meeting event. 

Date: Wednesday June 15, 2016
Time: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm 
Where: Harvard Athletic Park multi-purpose room, Irvine, California   

Please RSVP no later than noon on Tuesday, June 14, 2016  

 There are two ways to RSVP:

Location
Harvard Athletic Park 
14701 Harvard Ave.
Irvine, California  92606  
(The multi-purpose room is at the SOUTH end of the athletic fields) 

 

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