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10 DESIGN007 MAGAZINE I APRIL 2022 When we decided to focus on designing for additive and semi-additive processes this month, we ran into a challenge much like the one we faced with the Februar y issue of PCB007 Magazine: ere aren't too many experts on this subject, not to mention educational resources or agreed-upon best practices. Additive and semi-additive design and man- ufacturing are in flux, and PCB designers in the additive world are basically making the rules as they go. As instructor Cherie Litson says in her feature article this month, when it comes to additive processes, there are far more questions than answers. Cherie is currently working on an additive design curriculum which she hopes to have ready to go this year. e industry certainly needs more additive design resources. At recent trade shows, there was plenty of chatter about additive and semi-additive design techniques. Much of it is speculation, The Shaughnessy Report by Andy Shaughnessy, I-CONNECT007 Additive Design: The Same, but Different

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