Rigid Flex Design Creation Best Practices

October 28, 2019 Cadence PCB Solutions

In release 17.2, PCB Editor includes the ability to create a more accurate representation of a rigid flex design. New capabilities such as multiple stack up zones, bend areas, new masks layers, surface finishes, and zone-aware placement to name a few of the features, are now available to create the level of design data required for fabrication with minimal workarounds. Using the new functionality correctly during the design process will help to create more accurate results and take advantage of how the new features work together. This Best Practices document will guide the user to leverage the new features focusing on the new functionalities.

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