Re-Engineering Obsolete Printed Circuit Boards Webinar

This webinar will focus on Re-Engineering Obsolete Printed Circuit Boards. Many OEM's are finding their mature PCB designs are peppered with a dwindling supply of obsolete components and/or they are paying for additional labor to install inefficient thru-hole components. These challenges will often lead to compromised schedules and strained margins.

We will review the items required to make the process of redesigning a customer's antiquated or obsolete printed circuit board into a contemporary and cost effective product.


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Areas Covered in this Webinar:

Reverse Engineering Obsolete Printed Circuit Boards
  • Required Business Information:
    • Validation that the customer "owns" or has the rights to PCB
    • Qualify the "Return on Investment"
  • Required Technical Information:
    • The existing BOM with Manufacture Part Numbers
    • The existing schematic
    • Product documentation or user manual
    • Existing assemblies or product samples
  • Define the Scope of Work:
    • What are the performance requirements for the new design
  • Define the Technology Refresh:
    • What new technologies can be implemented to reduce cost
    • Review processes to build assembly to minimize product cost
  • Define the New Features for Product:
    • Are there any new enhancements to product features required
    • Are there any physical changes required

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  • Epec Founded in 1952
  • IPC Founded in 1957
  • Epec Builds PCB for Apollo 11