2011

Removing the Gap Between ECAD and MCAD Design

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For ECAD and MCAD to collaborate in “real-time” a direct method of communication that facilitates a shared flow of data back and forth between design teams is required. This flow must support “what-if” scenarios of design baselines and change proposals along with the ability to counter-propose changes. Once design agreements are made, the flow must also dynamically update the design databases. This unique ECAD-MCAD (EDMD) collaborative environment has not been available until now. This desktop PCB design provides a real-time integrated ECAD-MCAD collaboration environment that enables Electrical and Mechanical design teams to work together throughout the entire design process.

 

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