Max Clemons

Biography

  • Collaborative Design Part 1: Designing in Perfect Harmony

    Collaborative Design Part 1: Designing in Perfect Harmony

    Electronic design isn't a solo gig anymore. Teamwork among dozens or hundreds of designers, engineers, suppliers, manufacturers, and any number of other people is essential for bringing a product...

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  • Collaborative Design Part 4: True ECAD/MCAD Collaboration with IDX

    Collaborative Design Part 4: True ECAD/MCAD Collaboration with IDX

    True ECAD/MCAD collaboration is more than just preserving details when moving between design environments. Visibility into design changes, comparing and merging capabilities, revision tracking and...

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  • Practical steps for creating embedded components with side-emitting LEDs

    Practical steps for creating embedded components with side-emitting LEDs

    To meet the demands for product miniaturization, more people are turning to embedded components. Embedded components, sometimes referred to as embedded passives when it's just capacitors and...

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  • Using Configuration Management to Reduce Design Errors and Promote Re-use: Part 1

    Using Configuration Management to Reduce Design Errors and Promote Re-use: Part 1

    A Configuration Management system can be used, along with an existing Design Data Management system, to further promote good data integrity. So just what is Configuration Management, and how can...

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  • Collaborative Design Part 2: Building a Better System

    Collaborative Design Part 2: Building a Better System

    The effectiveness of design collaboration is mostly determined by the structure and organization of the system back-end. For the second part of this blog series, we'll take a look at the best...

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  • Collaborative Design Part 3: Crossing the ECAD/MCAD Bridge

    Collaborative Design Part 3: Crossing the ECAD/MCAD Bridge

    Interfacing between electrical and mechanical design software is one of the most important forms of design collaboration in modern electronic design. As PCBs become smaller and more dense, and as...

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