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Get answers to the questions you’ve always wanted to ask in this webinar replay!

This was a chance to speak to top fabrication and assembly engineers about how to prepare your files for fabrication and assembly. The information shared here can help avoid costly design holds and fabrication mistakes in future PCB designs. Want to know if you need to include drill drawings? How to specify complex score and route breakaways? How to include custom test coupons in your design? Or perhaps when to use placement fiducials? We had top engineers ready to answer!

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