Introducing the PCB design revolution...
CR-8000: Concept-to-manufacturing, multi-board system design
CR-8000 is a new PCB design product family that is specifically designed for system-level multi-board design.
The CR-8000 suite is the only concept-to-manufacturing, multi-board design solution that has been developed from the start to address the unique requirements of today’s ever-increasing challenges in system-level design optimization.
The suite’s fully integrated design flow ranges from initial system planning, where critical design decisions are made about design partitioning, component selection, and form, fit, and function of the product or system; through detailed schematic and PCB design; and optimized manufacturing output
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CR-8000 - well received by users and the press alike.
In particular, Design Force, the new system-level IC package and PCB design environment has been described as...'a design tool every PCB engineer will want to experience.' - Gabe on EDA.
Delegates at our recent Zuken conferences were excited by our demonstrations of the software and the benefits CR-8000 affords. You can find more about the story behind CR-8000 on our blog.
But dont just take our word for it, check out some of our recent press coverage below - or for the latest, view our press coverage section on Zuken.com.
Details of the CR-8000 release and its component products
All of the products in the CR-8000 flow inherently support and facilitate multi-board design for system level design optimization
A system-level design environment for up-front planning and partitioning of electronics systems.
An engineering platform for logical circuit design and verification of single and multi-board system-level electronic designs.
A system-level IC package and PCB design and analysis solution combining conventional 2D design with 3D design in real-time using the latest human interface techniques.
A comprehensive manufacturing preparation and output solution supporting panelization and common output formats.