This post is dedicated to the PCB designer who logs hundreds of hours each year manually routing complex PCB designs while wishing the activity was not so detailed and stressful. You know who you are? If not, let me describe a situation that may jar your memory. Do you remember the last time you were […]
As Zuken technology partners, we are often asked about how best to set PCB constraints for double-data-rate (DDR) memory, and how to route to those constraints. This question arose recently when we were asked to create a common style of DDR3 design for training, and we tried mining the web for detailed information on PCB […]
You might recall that we sponsor the Esslingen University Formula Student team, and have done so for the last couple of years by providing them with E³.series software, training and support for their students to use in the design of the team’s racing car. They’ve had a roller coaster year with the Stallardo ‘12, the […]
Our friends at Javelin Technologies (an authorized E³.WireWorks reseller in USA) recently posted how one of their students managed to configure Microsoft Kinnect to work hands-free with E³.WireWorks. Ok, so it’s got issues to address, but we liked their creativity and were so impressed we thought we would share it with you.
Eric van Essen, one of our friends over at Javelin Technologies (an authorized E³.WireWorks reseller in Canada) shares his experience to help you justify an investment in E³.WireWorks.
E³.WireWorks has been having a very positive impact on our clients, but just because the design team wants the tools, does not mean they can convince the ones that hold the purse strings to invest in it.
This year’s SolidWorks World in San Diego will be my fourth. But I know that compared to many I’m still a lightweight, with many users racking up double figures! I’ll be joining the action on February 12-15, representing Zuken’s complete electrical solution E3.WireWorks. The term electrical can mean many things to different types of engineers, […]