Design Tips and Cost-Saving Tricks

Riki and Elijah Gracia tell designers how to improve their boards and save money while doing it. Join us to learn how to incorporate their experiences into your next design. Topics to be discussed include: - Impedance controls - Class 2 vs Class 3 - Stackups - Copper thickness - Trace and spaces - Vias - and finishes.
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Riki and Elijah Gracia tell designers how to improve their boards and save money while doing it. Join us to learn how to incorporate their experiences into your next design. 

Looking for more tips or would rather not watch the video? Download this Design Tips & Cost Saving Tricks whitepaper for additional advice and insights. 

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