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8 The PCB Design Magazine • July 2016 One of the most interesting things I've no- ticed about the PCB design community is that it's spread out among so many different seg- ments of the electronics industry. You all work in a vertical occupation, but it's located across a very horizontal group of companies around the world. As a result, PCB design information is often as spread out as PCB designers are. Fortunate- ly, designers can now access design instruction through a variety of conferences, trade shows, and webinars. But there isn't really a centralized database for design information that's useful immediately—simple design tips that a designer can use on the next design. We want to change that. Soon, we'll be launching Design Tips, an on- going feature that will be driven by input from PCB designers and design engineers. We want to hear from readers like you. Now is the time to make your voices heard. Do you have a handy design technique that you utilize on almost every job? Did you dis- cover a trick or two about your software that the rest of the design community might not be aware of? We want to hear these tips and so do your design colleagues. Send us your favorite design tips, tricks and techniques. This information can encompass any area of PCB design or design engineering: by Andy Shaughnessy I-CONNECT007 We Want Your PCB Design Tips! THE SHAUGHNESSY REPORT

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