Getting Your Layer Stack Right

February 7, 2017 Chris Carlson

An improper layer stack in your PCB design is one of the most common errors leading to fabrication failures and rejects. To learn more about this topic please see the full solution - Avoiding fabrication failures and rejects with the proper layer stack - at Altium.com.

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Chris Carlson

Sr. Field Application Engineer Chris Carlson came to Altium in August of 2007 and brings with him his background in power electronics, data acquisition, and controls. Chris earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University in 1993 and has worked as a design engineer in the Bio-Medical, Industrial Controls, Motor Drive, and Defense industries.

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