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The best PCB thermal relief guidelines should be used to create dependable connections both electrically and for manufacturability.
For the best board layouts, you should follow a comprehensive set of PCB via size guidelines that adhere to standards and support your other design decisions.
For circuit board designs that perform well and can be manufactured without errors, follow these PCB component placement tolerances.
These PCB panelization guidelines will help layout designers understand manufacturers’ processes when creating PCB manufacturing panels.
Employing the best EMI filter PCB layout guidelines requires you to view a design from a multidimensional perspective that targets electromagnetic compatibility.
Because additional layers in a stackup can impact a design in many ways, you should consider these PCB stacking techniques before you increase the layer count.
This article examines PCB component orientation problems and why part rotations are important both electrically and for manufacturability.
This article is about different PCB component placement defect detection methods you can use to avoid common DFM errors.
This article discusses the importance of maintaining PCB creepage and clearance standards in your circuit board layout and methods for accomplishing that.
Read on to learn how to avoid creating PCB layout errors by using the full features and functionalities of your design tools.
This article discusses the potential problems with PCB component to edge clearances that are too tight and what the designer can do about it.
IPC component spacing guidelines exist to minimize physical overlap and electrical interference that could have detrimental effects on PCB performance.
This article explores figuring out the right IPC through-hole standards in PCB design and how to apply them in calculating pad size.
Wondering how to prevent solder bridging when you have little control over the assembly process? Using an IPC-compliant footprint is a good start.
These PCB design principles help beginners ensure design reliability and manufacturability for their PCB designs. Learn how to put them into practice.
What are the most common PCB design standards and why does your design need to comply with them? Let us show you the answers and more.
How PCBs are manufactured depends on the environmental standards and industry restrictions that have been set.
The Cadence® Allegro® PCB Editor helps bring your innovative and bleeding-edge designs to life.
Understanding the IPC standard for PCB layout designs is the first step to creating reliable and manufacturable designs.
Here are the problems that can happen to a PCB that isn’t designed for manufacturability, and how an engineer can incorporate good DFM into their design.