The June 2022 issue of Design007 magazine is now available

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In our industry, we love our acronyms. In particular the “design fors”, such as DFM, DFA and DFT. The most recent example is DWM, design with manufacture, and this “design for” could end up having a real effect on the PCB development process. If designers and manufacturers truly embrace this concept, DWM could do what DFM has never been able to do: create a seamless communication environment for designers, manufacturers, assemblers, and component and material suppliers.

So, this month we asked our contributors to shine the spotlight on DWM: how to get started and what does DWM look like in action? More information in the June issue of Magazine Design007. Download your PDF copy for future reference.

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