New DownStream Training Dates: March 2 and July 20


Reading time ( words)

Get more out of your software investment. Attend training to learn all the capabilities within your DownStream BluePrint-PCB software. When you use BluePrint to its fullest potential you reap all the rewards and benefits the software has to offer.

This technical training course will focus on how to use the powerful features within BluePrint to generate documents and documents sets. Emphasis will be placed on using the Gallery and Document Templates to automate the process.

Training courses are always a good investment, in yourself and in your software. As software packages become more robust and powerful with each release, it is wise to brush up on your skills and learn the new features and functionalities that lie within the software.

Where and When

  • Wednesday, March 2, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Wednesday, July 20, Marlborough, Massachusetts
  • Technical Training 9:00 AM-5:00 PM 

For more information on this course, or to register, please click here.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

Bob Martin Brings Maker Attitude to AltiumLive Keynote

10/07/2019 | Andy Shaughnessy, Design007 Magazine
Bob Martin is a self-proclaimed “Wizard of Make” and senior staff engineer with Microchip Technology. Next week, this leader of the maker community will be one of the keynote speakers at AltiumLive in San Diego, California. I caught up with Bob and asked him to give us a preview of his presentation.

RTW IPC APEX EXPO 2019: Oren Manor Details New Camstar Electronics Suite

01/31/2019 | Real Time with...IPC
In this video interview, Nolan Johnson meets with Oren Manor—director of business development for Mentor, a Siemens Business—to discuss the introduction of their new Camstar Electronics Suite software, an innovative manufacturing execution system (MES) for electronics.

Dock Brown on Succeeding at Failure Analysis

12/27/2018 | Barry Matties and Happy Holden
Dock Brown of DfR Solutions gave a keynote speech at SMTAI, “Requirements for Both Cleaning and Coating to Building Medical Hardware.” Barry Matties and Happy Holden sat down with Dock to discuss the current trends he sees in failure analysis, the concept of “rules versus tools,” and how predictive engineering software used early in the design cycle can help predict failures in components and microvias and drive cost down.



Copyright © 2019 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.