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4 The PCB Design Magazine • June 2016 Ever since the first PCBs were designed, spaces, traces, and features have been shrinking at an almost expo- nential rate, along with available board real estate. For some designers, what was formerly a jigsaw puzzle has become a logistical nightmare. This month, our cover story is an interview with Albert Gaines, owner of HiGain Design Services, who focuses on the ins and outs of de- signing with tight tolerances. David Ledger-Thomas of Honeywell Aerospace discusses some of his techniques for handling fine spaces and traces. And Mark Thompson of Prototron Circuits covers this topic from the viewpoint of the CAM operator, offering a variety of tips to help designers stay out of trouble when things get small. June 2016 Feature Content Designing with Tighter Tolerances Designing with Fine Lines and Features Interview with Albert Gaines From the CAM Shop: Tight Tolerance Design Tips Interview with Mark Thompson Designing PCBs with Tighter Tolerances Interview with David Ledger-Thomas S P E C I A L S E CT I O N IPC's IMPACT Washington, D.C. 2016: Who, What, Where, and Why 12 18 24 29 24 29 18 12

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