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January 2, 2019

Welcome to the New Year! If one of your goals is to use Altium Designer® to the fullest extent, then sign up for a webinar and sharpen your skills as our in-house experts lead the way. Altium is an intuitive software and you can certainly get by figuring it out on your own. Or you can attend a live webinar, and get a chance to ask your questions. Sign up for individual webinars at the links below or read more about each of the webinars to find the one right for you.

Altium Live Webinars:

 

Understanding Rules and Constraints Webinar

Join us on January 8, 2019 - 10AM PT / 1PM ET for an insightful Webinar with David Haboud, Product Marketing Engineer at Altium to learn more about Design Rule and Constraint Benefits. This  is a continuation of David’s ongoing efforts to make it easier for hardware and software engineers to communicate. During his tenure as an embedded software engineer, he focused on firmware development and data acquisition for auxiliary power units and he is sure to have valuable wisdom for you in this webinar covering:

  • Define scope, category, and prioritization of design constraints
  • Validate and report logical and physical design requirements
  • Automate and resolve DFM and electrical checks

 

Altium 19 Key Features Webinar

Be sure to join David Marrakchi, Altium’s Senior Product Marketing Manager on January 10, 2019 10AM PT / 1PM ET for a sneak peak at the latest features and enhancements being introduced in Altium ® 19, including:

  • New Layer Stack Manager with a state-of-the-art Impedance calculator
  • New Part Search Panel powered by fast Octopart® search engine
  • New Routing improvements to help you speed up your board design
  • New Multi-board functionalities to support and better manage your final product

David works closely with our R&D, customer support and other teams to define product strategies and brings over 15 years of experience in the EDA industry to you. He holds an MBA from Colorado State University and a B.S. in Electronics Engineering from Devry Technical Institute. You don’t want to miss these valuable insights to kick off a super productive year.

 

Efficient Polygon Practice in Altium Webinar

Join us for a free Webinar on January 15, 2019 10AM PT / 1PM ET hosted by Alexsander Tamari, Product Marketing Engineer at Altium, to learn how to most efficiently work with Polygons in Altium ® including how to:

  • Create Polygons
  • Merge Polygons
  • Modify Polygon Outlines

Do you know the quickest, most efficient way to create, delete, and modify the polygon pours on your board? The copper pours you place on your board can make or break your product because you need to make sure you’re handling not only Analog and Digital power but signals as well.

 

Speed up Your PCB Routing Phase with Altium Webinar

Please join this free live Webinar on January 29, 2019 10 AM PT / 1PM ET hosted by David Marrakchi, to explore:

  • How to quickly access routing shortcuts
  • Explore some of the most useful shortcuts/features (Routing Modes, Visual clearance, etc.)
  • How to leverage Gloss and Retrace features
  • Using Rooms to reduce re-work
  • Discover some of the new upcoming features (Follow Mode, Components move retrace)

 

Professional Management Webinar

Join the Webinar with  David Haboud, Product Marketing Engineer at Altium on January 31, 2019 10AM PT / 1PM ET to discover how Altium ® supports your design process with managed component libraries. You will learn how to create managed components that are accessible to everyone on your team and learn:

  • How management has evolved over the last decade
  • The benefits and disadvantages of different types
  • How to leverage managed libraries
  • Learn the basic workflow and advantages of managed libraries

Sign up for any of the webinars above, or get access to PCB Layout tutorials here.

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