Die Überprüfung auf potenzielle elektromechanische Kollisionen wird normalerweise eher im mechanischen Umfeld durchgeführt. Die Verlagerung der Prüfung in den elektrischen Bereich während der Komponentenplatzierung kann jedoch dazu beitragen, ein zuverlässigeres Produkt zu entwickeln. In Design Force gibt es integrierte Checks, die den Entwurf auf Kollisionen und Abstandsvorgaben prüfen.
In Teil 1 dieser Serie habe ich verschiede Methoden für Multi-Board Design in CR-8000 vorgestellt. Meistens steht am Anfang des Designs ein Systemschaltplan. Wie man diesen erstellen und validieren kann, erfahren Sie heute im Blog.
Neue Generationen von Elektronikprodukten müssen heute schneller sein als ihre Vorgänger - High-Speed und komplexe Schaltungen bei kleinen Abmessungen. Daher steigt der Bedarf an Multi-Board Designs immer weiter an. Für die Erstellung eines Multi-Board Layouts gibt es verschiedene Methoden.
It is that time of year again, it’s the spooky season. This means the leaves are changing, for some of us. The smell of fall and pumpkin spice is in the air. Halloween decorations are out and ready for trick-or-treaters. Also, this year’s Zuken Halloween Tips and Treats are here! This year we have five new hauntingly good Halloween tips and treats for you. No spells or potions are required. However, viewers beware these tech-tip videos are full of surprises. Happy Halloween!
Many Designers are always asking Zuken how they can create their own user commands that will appear in the Tool List when doing a Right Mouse Button Click on a design under settings in the Engineering Desktop. User commands can be created and listed. This can be accomplished with minimal effort. It will be the designer’s responsibility to create a script that will be listed on the tool list.
In Design Force you can edit your board Technology using the 3D Technology Editor. In the 3D technology edit window, you can perform the following operations to edit the technology for the board.
In CR-8000 Engineering Desktop, we have a function call “CR-8000 Combo Command”. What is the “CR-8000 Combo Command”? This command allows a user to create and put in multiple CR-8000 tool commands together, and continuously execute multiple processes. We have a dialog to create the process how the user likes to run it.
Like the project settings, you can also configure your library for E3.series. In addition to the library configuration, there are useful E3.series tools that help save time when working with your library.
We are going to explore E3.series Project settings to improve the configuration, immaterial of your status as a new user, or a long-time user.
When creating symbols for our library components many of these symbols require a similar set of text types. It can be tedious to add each of those text types to every new symbol. Using a General Template Symbol that contains all the text types you want, makes this task a breeze.
Tech-Tip: Exporting Multiple Unplaced Groups
The Designer can compare two designs to see the differences between the two. This can be useful if minor changes or major changes have been made to an existing design or one received from another facility.
Top 10 Tech Tips of 2019 – try saying that one 5 times fast!
E3.Enterprise system administrators and users alike may find benefit from this video that provides a scripting method to produce a timestamped report file containing E3.series multiuser project data that can be opened in Microsoft Excel and sorted. This may be particularly helpful when preparing for a software upgrade to the E3.series system in order to prioritize which multiuser design projects are most critical to upgrade first over a migration weekend.
Our team loves to share their expertise to help users be more efficient and productive using our software. Brian Gilman, Geo Ng, and Sanu Warrier have gathered up some of their favorite Halloween Tips and Treats here for you. Nothing scary here – just six expert tips that will help you improve your skills and treat you to something new!
Offsetting your Grid can be very useful when your component pads do not fall on the current Grid.