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Zuken Inc. introduces a revolutionary approach to AI-assisted PCB design. The new technology, called Autonomous Intelligent Place and Route, will be provided as part of Zuken’s established CR-8000 PCB engineering and design platform
The challenges faced by the machinery industry's lead-to-order process underscore the importance of cross-disciplinary collaboration, stakeholder engagement, and technical integration. While speed is important, it should not come at the expense of accuracy. Discover how embracing model-based product development unlocks the potential for swifter, more informed decision-making.
Printed Circuit Board design has been at the core of electronic innovation for decades. However, as technology continues to advance, PCB design faces new challenges that make it increasingly complex and demanding.
In the ever-evolving machinery industry, the ability to meet customer demands for tailored products is essential for success. However, this customization often comes with its own set of challenges, from increased product variance to slow lead-to-order processes. In this blog post, we delve into the world of Engineer-to-Order and Configure-to-Order processes, exploring how the integration of these approaches, alongside model-based product architectures, can revolutionize the industry.
The 2023 release of CR-8000 brings about a substantial reduction in the effort required to reuse existing designs across the engineering frontend, Design Gateway, as well as the layout and routing applications within Design Force.
CR-8000 Release 2023 includes numerous innovations to enhance design efficiency and analysis to address the challenges of high-density and high-speed PCBs
This white paper introduces a solution that combines the innovative approach of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) with the best practice of managing data and processes in a PDM system.
Managing complex requirements is a prevalent challenge in discrete manufacturing, worsened by the rise of electro-mechanical components in modern products. Discover strategies for optimizing the requirements process to avoid getting caught in the requirements trap.